Eat Share Love is an amazing and beautifully presented book that takes the reader on a global journey to experience new and exciting recipes, tantalising the tastebuds and exploring new ways to use culinary herbs and spices in your own creation of recipes.
Eat Share Love not only is a cookery journey but also delves into the compelling backgrounds of the stories behind the recipes – from shared family recipes, memories, relationships and many more cultural experiences from real people.
This timely cookbook features mouth-watering dishes from often under-represented cuisines, including berbere-spiced Eritrean stews, fragrant Iranian saffron rice, fresh Sudanese salads, celebratory sweet pancakes made at Holi, and much more. It also reveals the fascinating memories attached to dishes, from romance blossoming over a tantalising Persian ghormeh sabzi to gathering with family and friends to make Moldovan cheese dumplings.
Kalpna Woolf is an award-winning food writer, entrepreneur and charity campaigner. Her love of food comes from her Indian heritage and from managing food TV series at the BBC with Nigella, Nigel Slater, Rick Stein and the Hairy Bikers. She brought her passion and expertise in spices and health into her first food book – Spice Yourself Slim – which is now in paperback as Spice Diet. She is well-known and highly respected on the food circuit as a festival chef, food writer, storyteller and seasoned food awards judge. Kalpna’s many achievements have been recognised by a clutch of national awards, including The Guild of Food Writers Inspiration Award, BBC’s Food and Farming Food Hero Award, Crumbs Food Magazine Food Hero and the Asian Women of Achievement Award. She was also featured in Waitrose Magazine as one of “20 people Making the World a Better Place to Live and Eat in 2020”. In 2015 she launched her charity 91 Ways, which seeks to bring diverse communities together using the power of food to share stories and break down barriers
All the proceeds from this book will go to the award-winning charity 91 Ways to Build A Global City, which seeks to bring language communities together in Bristol by eating and sharing with one another to build common ground, just as Eat, Share, Love aims to unite us through the power of food and stories.
Eat Share Love is available from all normal book outlets, and Amazon and is published by Meze Publishing.