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L I V E 2 4 -SE V EN


FAVOUR I T E FOODS AND FOND MEMORIES


LewisLoves.com is a Cotswolds and South West lifestyle blog run by Adam and Sarah Lewis, sharing the very best the area has to offer. “Food is a particular passion of ours, and we can't wait to share our hidden gems with you. You can also follow us over on Twitter @adamlewisloves and Instagram @sarahlewisloves for foodie inspiration and much more besides."


Something a little different from us this month, but still foodie related! It’s a fabulous new book that supports a great charity.


Favourite foods and fond memories belong together like strawberries and cream (or bangers and mash). For Adam, it's a fly pie - crumbly leftover pastry and rich, juicy sultanas baked in his Nan's oven - which transports him back to his childhood. For me, it's freshly made leek and potato soup; the scent of it permeating my mum's kitchen on a cold wintery evening - delicious. In 'Recipes to Remember', a new charity cookbook, over 60 individuals have contributed recipes along with the very personal stories that go with them. Fascinating, moving, and sometimes a little bit cheeky, it’s a cookbook with a difference.


Recipes to Remember is brimming with nostalgic recipes from famous faces in aid of Maggie’s Centres. Gifted by well-known personalities such as Raymond Blanc, Kirsty Allsopp and Jeremy Vine and compiled by creative dream team, Kelly James, from Shadowplay Design, Phil James, of Shadowplay Media, and Natasha Willmore, from Culpepper & Co, Recipes to Remember champions the link between fond memories and favourite foods.


Inspired by their own personal journeys, Kelly and Natasha felt compelled to help the charity that helps so many others who


have been affected by cancer. Natasha explains; “A cancer journey is so much more than just hospital visits and treatment. The impact on self-esteem, finances, relationships, travel, juggling family life and personal life, and enjoyment of food and taste all need to be supported too. When you walk through the door of a Maggie’s, it is an environment that puts you at peace, and welcomes you. We want to raise awareness of Maggie’s Centres across the UK in order to help them continue their inspirational and life-changing work. Their centres offer cancer sufferers and their families a beautiful place to find some peace and understanding.”


The cookbook combines scrumptious recipes and warm-hearted memories such as Tom Kerridge’s ‘My Mum’s Sausage Roast’ that reminds him of his childhood and Gabby Logan’s ‘Orange Chicken’ that’s a firm family favourite and great for summer entertaining. The Recipes to Remember cookbook can be ordered now at maggiescookbook.com or bought at The Find in Cheltenham and is priced at £20. Kirstie Allsopp has kindly given us a recipe to share with you, which you can find in this issue…we hope you enjoy making it!


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