Multi Culti Cuisine

International Cookbook SetWhat It Is: A collection of stylish and practical cookbook that deliver exquisite recipes from around the world – including such exotic locales as Mexico, Thailand and India. Each book literally contains hundreds of recipes to help you master these flavourful cuisines and inject a little spice into your kitchen. Plus, the set also comes with a free copy of I Know How To Cook, a 1930s French cooking ‘bible’ that includes over 1,400 recipes so you can get in touch with your inner Julia Child. Bon appetit!

Who It’s For: Your daughter-in-law that loves to cook, as a fun shower gift. Your mom who’s looking for a new challenge in the kitchen. Your newly graduated chef school nephew, as a gift he’ll treasure forever (and you will too after devouring his cooking!)

What It Costs: $271 for six volumes, which includes free shipping (and averages out to about $45 a book).

Where It’s At: Phaidon.

BONUS ENTRY into yesterday’s f**ktionary giveaway. Tell me in the comments below – which of these six delectable cookbooks would you like to add to your (or a loved one’s) collection?

31 Responses to “Multi Culti Cuisine”
  1. SandyS says:

    What a diverse collection. My pick would be the India Cookbook.

  2. Tracy says:

    My pick would be Thailand, I love Thai cooking, and try hard at it -not sure how good I am ๐Ÿ˜‰

  3. janicour says:

    I would add Thai food, but have never tried to master the art of coking it.

  4. claudio47 says:

    my pick would be the silver spoon.. what a great gift for the love of my life

  5. CLC says:

    I love them all but I’d choose India first.

  6. Karen says:

    Definitely Thailand – my favorite food!

  7. Aimee says:

    I’d love to buy the Mexico cookbook. My kids love tacos.

  8. Lindsey says:

    Probably the I know how to cook. Or the Mexican one? I love cookbooks!

  9. Jo B says:

    I love cookbooks. I think I would choose The Silver Spoon first.

  10. Julie G. says:

    I’d have to choose the Thailand book. We visited Thailand last year and the food was wonderful, I’d really like to learn how to recreate some of the meals we had.

  11. Audrey Skinner says:

    I would love to have I Know How To Cook.

  12. Elena says:

    I’d like to give my husband the India cookbook. We spend a small fortune going to Indian restaurants! I entered the f**ktionary contest.

  13. Joan G. says:

    I love trying new recipes – I think I’d choose the Thailand book first.

  14. Jennifer Deol says:

    The Thailand Cook Book is the one I’m most interested in, followed by the India one. What a great idea!

  15. Lynn A says:

    I would choose India as that cuisine intrigues me.

  16. Susan says:

    I would definitely like I Know How To Cook.

  17. aly3360 says:

    An ah-mazing collection. I would be so happy to add this to my kitchen!! The Thailand book would be my favourite, I think.

  18. mcmc says:

    I would have to choose I Know How To Cook first but I devour cookbooks so I would love them all

  19. Susan Patterson says:

    i would love the cookbook – I Know How to Cook – thanks

  20. nikki robak says:

    I would like I know how to cook

  21. cookie3 says:

    Being a foodie I would love them all.

  22. Sandy Ay says:

    The Silver Spoon.

  23. Alison K says:

    f**ktionary bonus entry: of these six delectable cookbooks, I would like to add to a loved oneโ€™s “collection, THAILAND THE COOKBOOK” – such subtle flavours that are oh so delicious ๐Ÿ™‚ thanks

  24. Kelly says:

    I would choose the mexico cookbook!

  25. Shelley N says:

    The India one but only if it was a lower fat version of their cuisine

  26. i would pick the india cookbook

  27. baylou says:

    Hard choice, but I’d go for India cookbook…and the Mexico one as pick two.

  28. jessica eapen says:

    Thailand for sure =)

  29. Katie says:

    I would go with the Thailand cookbook.

  30. Evren Ay says:

    The Mexico cookbook is my favourite!

  31. Victoria Ess says:

    Iโ€™d choose the India cookbook.

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