Made with Love
One hundred of the world's finest cooks, chefs, bakers and food artisans drawn from the New Zealand, Australian, South African and British editions to create one extraordinary book, for one very special cause.
We have been asking the world's best chefs a personal question: 'What do you cook for the people you love?" Their answers and their personal recipes are the basis for a unique series of international cookbooks that raise money and awareness to fight poverty and hunger.
Now, over one hundred of the world's finest cooks, chefs, bakers and food artisans drawn from the Australian, New Zealand, South African and British editions, are joining forces to create one extraordinary book, for one very special cause.
Featuring chefs, cooks and food heroes from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, and Great Britain, Made With Love is not only a joyous culinary celebration of cuisine from around the world but will also provide funds to help improve the lives of those who are in need of food and who need to be freed from poverty.
All royalties from the sales of the book will be given to the Nelson Mandela Foundation to develop and support community food and agricultural projects to aid in the upliftment of the impoverished through food sustainability and empowerment. The Nelson Mandela Foundation has partnered with Food & Trees for Africa, an organization 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."
Made with Love marks the commencement of Echo Publishing's collaboration with PQ Blackwell, which will bring a stunning range of cookbooks and other ground-breaking illustrated nonfiction titles from now and into 2017 and beyond. PQ Blackwell is an acclaimed creator and publisher of internationally bestselling illustrated books and collaborates with some of the world's leading photographers and individuals including Nelson Mandela and Archbishop Desmond Tutu; photographers Albert Watson, Andrew Zuckerman, Tim Flach and Rachael Hale McKenna; and M.I.L.K.: Moments of Intimacy, Laughter and Kinship – a collection of images founded on humanity that has been exhibited at venues around the world, including the Sydney Opera House.
Made With Love features: 36 Australian chefs; 34 British chefs; 19 New Zealand chefs; and 10 South African chefs (in support of the Nelson Mandela Foundation and its food security initiative).
To find out more about the -great' cookbooks series, visit: thegreataustraliancookbook.com.au; thegreatnewzealandcookbook.co.nz; thegreatsouthafricancookbook.co.za
Stephanie Alexander; Abla Amad; Maggie Beer; George Calombaris; Frank Camorra; Clayton Donovan; Rodney Dunn; Colin Fassnidge; Margaret Fulton; Suzanne Gibbs; Peter Gilmore; Nikki & Doug Govan; Brigitte Hafner; Nick Holloway; Angie & Dan Hong; Dan Hunter; Brae Philip Johnson; Kylie Kwong; Victor & Evelyn Liong; Christine Mansfield; Stefano Manfredi; Peter Manifis; Andrew McConnell; Jim Mendolia; Lyndey Milan; Matt Moran; Minh Le; Richard Ousby; Neil Perry; Darren Robertson; Charmaine Solomon; Sarah Swan & Jeremy Burn; Pablo Tordesillas; Matt Wilkinson; Daniel Wilson; Alla Wolf-Tasker; Jock Zonfrillo; and Adriano Zumbo.
From Great Britain:
Tom Aikens; Gerard Baker; Mary Berry; Raymond Blanc; Antonio Carluccio; Anna del Conte; Gizzi Erskine; Skye Gyngell; Melissa & Jasmine Hemsley; Nadiya Hussain; Anna Jones; Nigella Lawson; Gary Lee; Prue Leith; James Martin; Pippa Middleton; Russell Norman; Jamie Oliver; Yotam Ottolenghi; Nathan Outlaw; Tom Parker Bowles; Lorraine Pascale; Frances Quinn; Theo Randall; Claudia Roden; Ruth Rogers; Michel Roux; Nigel Slater; Rick Stein; Valentine Warner; Ella Woodward; and Aldo Zilli.
From New Zealand:
Dean Brettschneider; Al Brown; Jacob Brown; Josh Emett; Tui Flower; Simon Gault; Allyson Gofton; Peter Gordon; Dame Alison Holst; Nick Honeyman; Anthony Hoy Fong; Julians Berry Farm; Julie Le Clerc; Peta Mathias; Megan May; Michael Meredith; Natalie Oldfield; Fleur Sullivan; and Simon Wright.
From South Africa:
Cass Abrahams; Jan Braai; Errieda du Toit; Skye Fehlmann; Angus McIntosh; Kubra Mohamed; Siba Mtongana; Xoliswa Ndoyiya; Reuben Riffel; and Vonni Romano.
Made with Love