OUR BALI YOUR BALI
GINGER MOON & JACKSON LILY'S, BALI
Sunday Press produced and published a book for Dean Keddell which has sold over 5,000 copies and raised over $500,000 for local Bali charities.
Filled with recipes from his two restaurants, staff & family recipes, a basics section for newbies to Balinese cuisine, and traditional dishes from local Warungs - Our Bali Your Bali will delight anyone who has ever visited the island.
OUR FOOD FOREVER
STACEY LUM WHAN
MAPLE & SAGE
This family-oriented cookbook is a stunning representation of this beautiful Sunshine Coast, Vegan restaurant in Maleny. With recipes to melt your heart, you will wonder what all the fuss is about when changing the way you eat.
LUCY LIU COOKBOOK
We are currently working with Executive Chef, Zac Cribbes, to produce a stunning cookbook reflecting the Asian cuisine of Melbourne establishment restaurant, Lucy Liu.
Complete with recipes and stories of their evolving cuisine, this book is sure to be a winner!
KYND COMMUNITY BALI
Corryn Queenan and Lauren Camilleri poured their hearts and souls into producing a cookbook to reflect their Bali cafe.
With over 100 Vegan Recipes, this cookbook reflects their pink paradise wall, famous the world over. YOU will find colourful smoothie bowls, mouth-watering burgers and eye-catching salads!
BRUNCH IN MELBOURNE
With over 130 brunch recipes from 100 iconic Melbourne cafes, Brunch in Melbourne was launched in May 2020. Sunday Press worked with OnePlate to produce a cookbook which is being used to raise funds for their global efforts building community gardens. The fruit and vegetables grown in these gardens empower local children to produce a sustainable source of food for now and the future.
THE GREATER HUNGER
Sunday Press has been collaborating with STREAT from its inception and this, our third book together, is a celebration of their ten years in service. Launching in November 2019, we have printed 10,000 copies of The Greater Hunger which is a compilation of recipes from their bakery, cafe and coffee roastery, and tips on growing your own vegetables and becoming more environmentally aware.
CELEBRATING CLONCURRY CULTURE
Sunday Press produced this community-based book for the outback Queensland city of Cloncurry.
Using recipes from the wider community, this book became a memento for the residents and a keepsake for everyone in the region. Stunning photography brought the city and outlying countryside to life.