365 leading UK chefs have joined together in support of thousands of ChariTable causes with their signature dish recipes, in the first edition publication of the ChariTable Bookings Signature Dish recipe book.
David Johnstone, CEO & Founder of ChariTable Bookings, has brought together 365 leading UK chefs and restaurants with their main course signature dish recipes to create the perfect gi for all foodies. The elegantly designed 754 page hardback recipe book, encased in a stylish sleeve, features an incredible array of mouth- watering main course dishes across a wide range of cuisines. From simple hearty meals and exotic spicy creations, to Michelin star wonders and dinner party crowd pleasers; this book will bring the taste of some of the best restaurants in the UK into your kitchen.
Transport yourself into the kitchens of 365 chefs and restaurants including John Williams at The Ritz, Marcus Wareing, Pierre Kofmann, Anton Mosimann, Sean Burbridge at The Ivy, Alan Coxon, Jun Tanaka, Atul Kochhar, Claude Bosi, Mickael Weiss at Quaglino’s, Tom Kerridge, Jamie Dobbin at The Groucho Club, Paul Ainsworth, Michael Brown at Daphne’s, Andrew McLay at J.Sheekey, Albert Roux, Adam Bya , Ken Hom, Theo Randall, Brian Turner, Claudio Cardoso at Sushi Samba, Tom Aikens and Jason Atherton.
Johnstone remarks “We wanted to do something big, that hadn’t been attempted before, bringing together leading UK chefs and restaurants in support of thousands of charities”.
Johnstone connues, “Each chef’s dish will not only brighten up your table but will help brighten up the lives of people who need our help and support. What a delicious way to support good causes”.
As a business with a social purpose, ChariTable Bookings, Johnstone and Lord Fink’s philanthropic restaurant booking platform, has been established to generate unrestricted funds and raise awareness for thousands of UK registered charities at absolutely no cost to them. Similarly, the ChariTable Bookings Signature Dish recipe book has been created to help raise additional much needed funds and awareness. The book retails at £40.00 including a £5 donation to a charity of the recipient’s choice from a list of over 7,500 UK registered charities.