Raising funds with food

What’s for Dinner? Second Helpings, helps raise funds for The Food Education Trust, a charity dedicated to equipping children and adults with basic cookery skills so they can learn the importance of a balanced homecooked diet. Paul Gayler, Head Chef at the Lanesborough Hotel in London and author of many cookery books says, “What’s for Dinner? Second Helpings is full of lovely recipes and photographs and deserves to do well, not least because all proceeds from its sales go to the Food Education Trust.”

Consider it as a Christmas gift, as the recipient will be able to cook delicious, easy to prepare balanced meals for family and friends throughout the year. It’s written by the charity’s founder, Romilla Arber who is mum to four children and is not a chef, but who recognizes the need to cook healthy food for her family. She says, “Everyday cooking is a challenge as it is about more than just the cooking – it’s requires budgeting, ensuring a balanced diet, planning what to cook and shopping for it.”

Nearly 800 pages long, the book costs £25 from www.foodeducationtrust.com

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