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For those wanting to take the road less hash-tagged, this guide has all the advice you need to squeeze the most out of your. Not in the mood to tackle a technical recipe? This cookbook is all about surprising and satisfying your tastebuds, and the chapters are divided into seasons, which makes it much easier to find something you feel like cooking. . A visual showcase of 80 extraordinary contemporary florists – including a few Aussie talents – that proves floristry is just as innovative and exciting as any other art form. This is the sort of book you can pore over for hours. . From sustainable menus to imaginative interiors and next-level locations, this book welcomes you inside the renaissance restaurants that are changing the way we eat out. . Here’s a fun fact: Catalonia, which is in the north of Spain, has one of the highest concentrations of Michelin-starred restaurants in the world. But you won’t find tricky tapas recipes here – these meals come together with simple ingredients and soulful flavours. .

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