Magic Breakfast works in schools across England & Scotland offering children a healthy start to the day and addressing hunger. Magic Breakfast want to secure a positive start to the day, with breakfast, for every child.
The cookbook features recipes from household names including Jamie Oliver, Angela Hartnett, Nigella Lawson, Raymond Blanc and Tom Kerridge. Recipes include Homemade Apple Pie, Wild Rabbit Korma, Filipino-style vegetable soup, Far Breton, and an Apricot sidecar cocktail.
One of the authors Lucas Hollweg said: “A rare foray onto Facebook to tell everyone about a charity cookbook I’ve helped put together with Jane Hodson and Clerkenwell Boy. It’s called ‘These Delicious Things’ and it’s in aid of Magic Breakfast, which feeds children in food poverty before school so they aren’t too hungry to learn.
“Not only is it a brilliant charity, but the book is a really lovely thing, with evocative food memories and great recipes from more than 100 chefs and food writers and beautiful photography. Give it to everyone you know for Christmas. One hundred percent of the publishers net profits got to Magic Breakfast- which means for every book sold at least 18 children will get a healthy breakfast.”