We are excited to have received our copy of Food & Kindness: The Sobell House Cook Book. We have sponsored this inspiring recipe book to support all the great work that Sobell House does.
This book raises awareness and funds for their hospice as well as empowering the local food and drinks businesses of Oxfordshire, which have been impacted by the coronavirus pandemic.
You can expect to find 30 recipes and stories catering to all tastes and diets. You’ll come across recipes from local chefs and restaurants, as well as celebrities such as Stephen Fry, Mel Giedroyc and Sue Perkins.
Click here to find out more.
Oxford Economics produced this blog as part of a sponsorship of Sobell House‘s cookbook.
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