What more can I say? Worthwhile on so many levels ... buy it, enjoy it, give it - royalties all given to The Nelson Mandela Foundation to support community food and agricultural projects.
We have been asking the world's best chefs a personal question: What do you cook for the people you love? Over 100 of the world's finest cooks, chefs, bakers and food artisans from New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, and Great Britain have joined forces to create one extraordinary book. Made with Love is not only a joyous culinary celebration of cuisine from around the world but royalties from the sales of the book will be given to the Nelson Mandela Foundation to develop and support community food and agricultural projects.
The Nelson Mandela Foundation has partnered with Food & Trees for Africa, an organisation that advances and promotes climate change action, sustainable natural resource management, permaculture food security and organic farming. On the occasion of his 90th birthday, Nelson Mandela said: "The world remains beset by so much suffering, poverty and deprivation. It is in your hands to make of our world a better one for all, especially the poor, vulnerable and marginalised."
Meet Helen Greenwood In a career that spans four decades, she has been the Sydney Morning Herald’s first female weekly restaurant reviewer, co-editor of the prestigious The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide, editor of Good Living, founding food editor of Elle magazine, co-editor of the inaugural Time Out Sydney guide, and editor of six editions of The Foodies’ Guide to Sydney.