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Telegraph launches digital recipe channel Cookbook

The Telegraph’s new digital recipe channel Cookbook has launched with thousands of recipes and meal ideas.

Telegraph launches digital recipe channel Cookbook
Amy Bryant: “Cookbook features culinary creations from our much-loved cookery writers and chefs.”

Cookbook is home to more than 3000 recipes, and each week around 25 brand new recipes will be added to the site, say the publishers.

Cookbook’s recipes are curated under a range of themes including ‘Cook with Diana’, for the very best from Diana Henry’s kitchen, and ‘What to cook now’ – the editor’s pick of dishes to make this week. The latest recipes by Stephen Harris, Angela Hartnett and Xanthe Clay all star, and there are dedicated collections that look ahead to the weekend, with ‘Saturday Supper Club’ and ‘Make it this weekend’. Ideas for quick and easy, vegetarian, and baking recipes are given a dedicated position on the Cookbook homepage, while readers can dive deeper into the archive via the navigation bar, with options to browse by ingredient or occasion.

In the run-up to Christmas, says the Telegraph, Cookbook will provide readers with a definitive guide to cooking over the festive period, with party food, spectacular bakes and menu ideas all at the user’s fingertips. Diana Henry will share her crowd-pleasing recipes, including a Scandinavian-inspired Christmas Eve supper, vegetarian Christmas dinner, and delicious bites for New Year’s Eve. Melissa Hemsley, Angela Hartnett and many more will provide further inspiration for all the big occasions.

Accompanying the new site is a weekly Cookbook newsletter which delivers recipes and inspiration straight to readers’ inboxes every Friday lunchtime.

Amy Bryant, Food Editor, The Telegraph: “The launch of our new recipe channel gives readers access to the very best tried and tested recipes from The Telegraph. From quick midweek meals to the ultimate festive feast, Cookbook features culinary creations from our much-loved cookery writers and chefs.”