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13 December 2005

Menu for Hope II

Menulogo I'm not one who generally buys into the overt chirpiness of many blogs, or the view that we're all best mates.  I also rarely get involved in memes.  However, Pim is running Menu for Hope II that raises funds for the victims of the earthquake in India and Pakistan.  Having honeymooned in India, I can't think of a more worthy cause to support.  Pim is asking for food bloggers to donate something that she will then auction off.  So after much thought, I'm going to donate three books that I love and have had a massive influence on me and the way I cook.

All three are by British authors, one focuses on meat, the other on bread and the third on kosher food.  Basically the three pillars of my culinary existence. 

The River Cottage Meat Book, Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall

The Handmade Loaf, Dan Lepard

The Book of Jewish Food, Claudia Roden

If you're interested, go and bid on Pim's site.

UPDATE

I forgot to mention (rather crucially) that all funds raised are going to UNICEF.

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