Spring has sprung and with the asparagus, artichokes and other culinary delights that the new season brings, comes a slew of new cookbooks and food-and-drink-related tomes. Whether you want to hone in on a particular cuisine for your next cooking adventure, learn some new tricks and garner some tips to elevate your culinary game, settle in to the sofa with an intimate food memoir, or expand your gastronomic horizons with a quirky collection, it's all here and more.
1. Taste Tibet by Julie Kleeman and Yeshi Jampa
Husband-and-wife team Julie Kleeman and Yeshi Jampa made a name for themselves serving momos from a replica Tibetan picnicking tent at UK summer festivals. Their success led them to open a permanent restaurant in Oxford and now they hope to bring Tibetan cuisine to an even broader audience with their first book Taste Tibet: Family Recipes from the Himalayas, which features soups, stews and hand-pulled noodles, as well as those sought-after Tibetan dumplings.