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Is your dad an ace in the kitchen or does he need some inspiration and guidance?

Get him a manly cookbook from the shop at Leopard’s Leap Family Vineyards for Father’s Day and either fine-tune his butcher’s skills or get him to try his hand at crackers and dips!

Meat Bible by Stanley, Evan, Mar & David Lobel  (R500)

Armed with Lobel’s Meat Bible, carnivores will find themselves with more delectable meaty choices than ever before. (135 recipes in this book)

Crackers & Dips by Ivy Manning (R250)

Dorie Greenspan, author of Around My French Table: “Happy-Hour – brunch, snacks, and picnics – will never be the same. Ivy Manning has given us a new reason to head to the kitchen and a new treat to love: homemade crackers and great dips. Move over chips, there’s a new kid on the block!”

Maria Speck, author of Ancient Grains for Modern Meals, a New York Times notable book and winner of the Julia Child Cookbook award: “If you’re never been a fan of crackers, this book will change your mind. Full of crisp mouth-watering treats, salty and sweet, some with whole-grain flours – you will want to try them all.”

Tacolicious by Sara Deserman (R300)

Mark Miller, author of Coyote Café and tacos: “This is a little gem of a book, and the best book on tacos – one of my favourite foods – in existence. Every page explodes with the vibrant colour, pungent aromas, and bold, brash flavours of the Mexican table. Tacolicous is a superb synthesis of everything you ever need to know about tacos – eating them or making them. It is a wondrous book, born from a true love and passion for Mexico: its food, culture, and people.

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