Selected Books …
Cherry Cake And Ginger Beer

Cherry Cake and Ginger Beer: A Golden Treasury of Classic Treats

by Jane Brocket

A nostalgic book seasoned with your favourite childhood recipes.

Caribbean Food Made Easy

Caribbean Food Made Easy

by Levi Roots

A mouth-watering collection of Caribbean mother–used–to–make recipes. Contains a number of ginger-based recipes. Accompanies the BBC2 programme of the same name.

A Spoonful Of Ginger

A Spoonful of Ginger: Irresistible, Health-giving Recipes from Asian Kitchens

by Nina Simonds

Inspirational Chinese recipes from a ground-breaking cookbook based on the Asian philosophy of food as health-giving.

Homemade Baking

Home Made Baking

by Catherine Atkinson, Valerie Barrett and Gail Wagman

A well presented and easy–to–read book containing cake, muffin, cookie and cupcake recipes. Features 12 ginger–based recipes including dark chocolate & ginger muffins. mmm…

The Every Day Chicken Cookbook

The Everyday Chicken Cookbook: Traditional, Contemporary, Classic and Adventurous Idea for Chicken and Turkey, with Every Recipe Shown Step-by-step in Over 2000 Colour Photographs (The Every Day)

edited by Simona Hill

If you love ginger (and chicken) this is THE book for you. Over 60 of the 365+ recipes include ginger. It is well illustrated with clear & easy–to–follow instructions.

Help For Heroes Cookbook

Food for Heroes: The Official Help for Heroes Cook Book

compiled by Squadron Leader John Pullen et al.

One ginger recipe (North African Lamb with Ginger and Chickpeas) but all for a very worthy cause.

 
Open quoteGinger and rhubarb were born to be lovers.Close quote
Valentine Warner
Did You Know?

In traditional Chinese culture, a new baby is introduced to family and friends at a Red Egg & Ginger party. Red is the Chinese colour for happiness, eggs represent new life and ginger assists in the mother's recuperation. The party is held when the baby is one month old.

Open quote ’E swore it and ’e kept it and ’e keeps it to this day,
’E ’as turned from gin to ginger and says ’e finds it pay,
You can search the whole o’ Sussex from ’ere to Brighton Town,
And you wouldn’t find a better man than Jeremiah Brown. Close quote
following Brown’s vow to abstain from drink
from The Groom’s Encore by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
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