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10 of the best summer cookbooks 2013

A salad for all seasons by Harry Eastwood
Salads don't have to be relegated to the sidelines, let them take centre stage with inspiration from this gorgeous book, featuring recipes such as peach and mozzarella salad with sweet chilli and tomato glaze and Thai beef and basil with noodles.
Tapas Revolution by Omar Allibhoy
While there is something quintessentially summery about tapas, few of us know how to make them at home. However, Tapas Revolution is the breakthrough book on simple Spanish cookery which uses everyday store cupboard ingredients to recreate classic favourites such as tortilla de patatas
A perfect day for a picnic by Tori Finch
Food writer and blogger Tori Finch has written this heavenly cookbook which features chapters each dedicated to different, unique picnics including a rather cute teddy bear's picnic.
John Whaite Bakes: Recipes for Every Day and Every Mood by John Whaites
We've been excited about this baking book for some time now. This is the debut book from John Whaite, winner of the 2012 Great British Bake Off and it features some truly delightful recipes including apple and thyme sausage rolls and passionfruit tart.
The Little Paris Kitchen: Classic French recipes with a fresh and fun approach by Rachel Khoo
This cookbook is one of our favourites and it is the embodiment of summer cooking, it even boasts a dedicated picnic chapter. 
Home Made Summer by Yvette Van Boven
This fabulously summery book includes savoury baked goods perfect for a weekend morning with friends, light salads to enjoy on a warm summer evening and hearty dinners that celebrate great flavour.
Ruby Violets Ice Cream Dreams by Julie Fisher
It wouldn't be summer without ice-cream, would it?  Filled with over 50 inspiring recipes, learn how to make spectacular layered bombes, delicate sorbet flowers and many delightful additions to experiment with and enchant. 
Cheesecake by Hannah Miles
Simple to make and best served chilled, cheesecakes really are one of the greatest summer desserts. This book features every kind of scrumptious cheesecake you could ever hope for!
Do Ahead dinners: How to feed friends and family without the frenzy by James Ramsden
This book promises to take the stress out of entertaining, which is something we could definitely use in our kitchen!
Ellas kitchen: The Cookbook
100 tasty, healthy recipes for kids that range from the easiest of snacks and light meals that can be rustled up in minutes to delicious and satisfying dinners. There's also recipes that can be made outdoors and it's perfect for little helpers. 
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