Three Cookbooks to Buy Now

Best Brunch Ever: Delicious Morning Recipes to Savour

Brunch is fast becoming a national obsession and kitchen giants Tools of the Trade (ToTT) are riding the wave with this brunch cookbook featuring 24 recipes across different cuisines, from American to Singaporean to French. At just $12.90, it’s also cheaper than your next plate of eggs ben.

The Kinfolk Table

Fans of hip indie food bible Kinfolk will love this gorgeous cookbook, filled with 85 recipes from tastemakers all around the globe. With simple, fuss-free recipes such as Pulla (Finnish dessert bread) and almond jam tart, The Kinfolk Table ($59.80, from BooksActually) aims to focus instead on the relationships that surround eating. Even non-obsessives will find the sumptuous photography hard to ignore.

Plussixfive: A Singaporean Supper Club Cookbook

The brainchild of the Singaporeans behind the plussixfive supperclub in London, this cookbook ($48.90, from Kinokuniya) has a staggering 256 pages. Filled with over 50 recipes, irreverent doodles, tips and anecdotes, Goz Lee and friends teach you how to whip up local fare. Definitely useful for homesick Singaporeans living aboard, or for those leaving our sunny shores.