World Tables - The National Dish of Every Country in the World
By Sonya Duck
I love food, travel and I am excited!
I have always had this deep knowing that there is something more I should be doing, something greater. Have you ever felt like you wanted to make a difference but didn’t know where or how and got a little lost in the enormity of it all? Look no further.
I have an idea… What if I listed all the countries in the world, researched their national dish, then we started cooking at A for Afghanistan, invited our friends around to enjoy the meal and then ask them to donate what they think the dish is worth? What if we then donated the money raised to a worthy cause in that Country.
That is how World Tables was born. Through my love of travel and food and this nagging feeling inside that perhaps there is something bigger out there for me. Perhaps we should be doing more…
What you will get from your Urban Forage World Tables Cookbook:
- 352 beautifully set out, easy to navigate pages
- 176 National recipes with photos
- A swollen heart knowing that together we will be donating 50% of all profits to aid the amazing work of Scott Neeson and his team at the Cambodia Childrens Fund www.cambodianchildrensfund.org so you have already made a valuable difference
- A big dollop of love :o)
Show me the love, praise from some of my readers:
World Tables is my kind of Cook Book. It takes you on a journey around the world, without even having to leave your own kitchen. Ducky has created a truly awesome eBook, which every budding Master Chef should own. The collection of gorgeous photos will have you salivating as you turn each page. I'm day dreaming about the Escudella now... Amy - Australia
As a non-foodie, I could be forgiven for thinking that Mcdonalds is the national dish of the USA, and that would be about the extent of my knowledge on the foods of the world. I would continue to be culinarily illiterate, if it was not for the magical and inspiring writings of Ducky. She has galvanised me to meet my friends more often for non-Facebook contact, which is a refreshing way to have relationships with those most important to you in an age where fast food and fast typing seem to engulf our lives. I love her wholesome approach to food, life and adventure, and it's a highlight of my week to follow her on her travels to places I'd rather be. A must buy, must read, must cook kind of book, even for the novice aspiring chef in some of us. Delight your senses. :-) Kelly - Australia