Giving : The Cookbook


Hello guys! Hope everyone is having a good week. This is just a quick post to inform you about a project I helped some students at Leeds University work on. It is a charity cookbook that complies recipes from 8 different countries where the charity operates. The book is full of amazing recipes by food bloggers just like myself and I am very proud of what they where able to put out in such a short time. Please follow the links below to order a copy for a good cause. Have a blessed day!

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Giving’, a cookbook bringing inspiring recipes from 8 countries around the world to the student’s kitchen.

It’s full of wholesome, varied and interesting meals, featuring Ruby Tandoh from Great British Bake-Off, Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall of River Cottage and James Ramsden of The Supper Club. We also have over 20 amazing writers, photographers, food bloggers and foodies who have kindly contributed to our project.

This is a cookbook with a difference, which makes a difference! All proceeds are going to Women for Women International, a fantastic charity who provide holistic support to women in post-conflict countries and communities.

The cookbook takes recipes from the 8 countries that WfWI works in – Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, Iraq, Afghanistan, Rwanda, DRC, Nigeria and South Sudan, modelled on a student’s varied lifestyle, so the recipes are easy, cheap and interesting!

To pre-order your cookbook, please visit:

If you are not a student at Leeds, just create a guest login and follow the instructions!

All of us at Leeds Students for Women International thank you for buying our cookbook, through which you are ‘giving’ to Women for Women International! We hope you enjoy cooking up a storm to our playlist and trying food from around the world, we’ve enjoyed every minute of making it.

Thank you,

Tiggy Allen, Manager of the Cookbook Project, and our fantastic team!

@students4women (instagram and twitter)

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I really hope you guys would support the book. They did an amazing job and I really hope they raise a lot of money for the charity. Have a lovely day guys.



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  1. Well done! Can non-UK residents purchase the cookbook?

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