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The five best-selling cookbooks, so far, this year

1. The Last Diet by Eva Orsmond (published by Gill & Macmillan, price €19.99). Eva helped people lose weight on RTE's Operation Transformation and now her easy-to-follow weight-loss steps and recipes are available in a book.

2. Saved By Cake by Marian Keyes (published by Michael Joseph, price €18.99). This gives an honest account of Marian Keyes' recent battle with depression and how baking helped her.

3. Easy Meals by Rachel Allen (published by Collins, price €25.99). Whether the cupboards are bare or you want to make a meal without any fuss (or the washing up) Rachel has the recipes.

4. Jamie's 30-Minute Meals by Jamie Oliver (published by Michael Joseph, price €28.99). Jamie shows fans how by mastering a few skills, you can get a complete meal on the table in the same amount of time you'd spend making one dish.

5. Jamie's Great Britain by Jamie Oliver (published by Michael Joseph, price €19.99). Featuring Jamie's favourite recipes, inspired by the food dished up in the gastropub he grew up in, which his mum and dad still run.