Five truly useful new cookbooks

LUCY CORRY
Last updated 11:30 05/11/2013
Bluebells Cakery
BLUEBELLS CAKERY, by Karla Goodwin (RRP$49.99): I know what you're thinking - what is a book as pretty as this one doing in the useful category? - but look beyond the Pinterest-perfect images and this is a very handy book. Karla Goodwin, owner of Auckland's Bluebell Cakery, has included lots of insider tips for everything from dazzling rosette icing to making the perfect egg sandwich. And the white chocolate rocky road has to be seen to be believed.

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Desperate for some commonsense kitchen inspiration? Here are five properly useful new cookbooks to really whet your appetite.

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