3 Cookbooks for Mother’s Day lunch inspiration

If your hubby needs a little inspiration for a Mother's Day lunch, buy him one of these great cookbooks! They can also come in handy if you're hosting a Mother's Day lunch for friends and family!

Easy Cooking from Nina’s Kitchen
By Nina Timm
Published by Struik Lifestyle, R210

Easy Cooking from Nina’s Kitchen is a homely and unpretentious cookbook. The book consists of over 100 recipes, so there is something for everyone. From snacks and delicious meals for book club meetings, new twists on ordinary braai recipes, a meat chapter covering chicken, beef, lamb, pork and seafood to soups and vegetarian meals, sweet treats and ideas for market days. There is even a chapter on pap for those who love pap. The recipes are easy-to-follow and complemented by beautiful food and lifestyle photography.

Easy Cooking from Nina’s Kitchen

Smitten
By Sarah Graham
Published by Struik Lifestyle, R250

Smitten is a cookbook that focuses on the extraordinary; the creation of uniquely quirky yet still achievable, budget-friendly and delicious food to share. To make your busy lives easier, the recipes in Smitten are conveniently divided into categories such as nibbles, speedy suppers, feast and slow meals. Whether looking to knock up a quick dish on a week night or feed a party of eight on a lazy Sunday afternoon, there is something here for everyone. The book also features handy hints for the beginner and reluctant cook. It includes cooking and baking tips.

Happy Bake
By Gail Buss
Published by Struik Lifestyle, R195

Bake Happy represents some of Gail Bussi’s most treasured recipes and memories of baking with her mother, or for friends and family. Gail provides recipes for cakes, tarts (sweet and savoury), puddings, slices, breads, muffins, scones, biscuits, bars and much more for every event. Even the laziest of armchair cooks will be motivated to dust off their baking tins and measuring spoons to satisfy the craving that these recipes will induce. The book has charming illustrations, anecdotes from her life and a wonderful of quotation.

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