A Taste of Home – A very special Christmas gift cookery book

maureen a taste of home cookery book

maureen a taste of home cookery book

‘A Taste of Home’ is a very special cookery book and one that you may like to showcase on your bookshelf or buy as a Christmas gift. It highlights the particular importance of food in everyone’s lives (especially the homeless) during this very difficult year.

To commemorate 40 years of the ‘Passage’s Charity for the Homeless’ ‘A Taste of Home’ was published with the forward written by its patron HRH The Duke of Cambridge.  This beautifully-presented book contains excellent and thoughtful recipes provided by many famous faces from chefs, presenters, actors and staff plus clients from the Passage Charity.

Enjoy trying out some of these heartwarming recipes such as – Coriander, Carrot & Orange soup by Jekka McVicar
Grilled Halloumi Salad by Hussien Dekmak, Simple Salad by Paul McCartney, Morrocan Lamb, by Andrew Marr and finally some delicious desserts: Chocolate Tiramisu by Rory Bremner or Leftover Panettone Bread & Nutella Pudding by Julia Etchingham (seriously good!)

Give these recipes a try while supporting a very worthwhile charity.

By buying this book you will be helping homeless people change their lives.

Available from all good book outlets – www.amazon.co.uk and www.hive.co.uk. 100% of profits go to the Passage Charity

A Taste of Home
Compiled by Kyle Cathie
Forward by HRH The Duke of Cambridge.

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Foodie Lass
Foodie Lass

I am a passionate foodie with a background in advertising and more recently food author (with a range of successful health and nutrition books under my belt).

I spent several years living in Australia (experiencing food cultures from that part of the world) plus many food adventures in European countries.

My most recent food passion has been watching ‘Somebody feed Phil’ on Netflix!