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Chantal Coady Rococo: Mastering the Art of Chocolate

A gorgeous collection of recipes from London’s most exclusive chocolatier. Rococo has been the pioneering hub of the chocolat noveau revolution for over 20 years. With its very own chocolate school, Rococo is renowned for exploring new boundaries. In this beautifully illustrated book, Chantal will share her expertise – from how to create the perfect ganache to a delicious crème Anglaise. Rococo will teach everyone from the chocolate novice to the sweet-toothed connoisseur all there is to know about gastronomy’s finest ingredient. Chantal Coady is the founder of Rococo Chocolates, with three boutiques in Chelsea, Marylebone and Belgravia. She lives in Vauxhall, London.

Cookery, Food & Drink Cased November £30.00 288pp 246 x 189mm 978 0 297 86519 3 Markets: World USA, Translation & Serial: W&N

Steven Mithen Thirst : Water and Power in the Ancient World

The history of water and society in the ancient world, a history still being revealed. The rise and fall of societies has depended on an ability to harness and manage water, making it the driver of historical change. Using examples from a five-year archaeological project in the Jordan Valley, this book examines how water’s domestication changed society and civilisation: from the first flushing toilets in Knossos, to the viaducts of Petra, to the Greek and Roman bath houses, water has been the constant factor in an ever-evolving world. Steven Mithen is Dean of Science and Professor of Archaeology at the University of Reading, and a Fellow of the British Academy since 2004.

History Cased November £20.00 256pp 234 x 156mm 978 0 297 86479 0 Markets: World USA, Translation & Serial: W&N 15