Lucy Inspired Recipe in Cooking 4 Change Book Released 26 August 2016
Lucy has donated a frittata recipe to a new New Zealand book ‚ÄúCooking 4 Change‚ÄĚ which is due to be released on 26 August.
- What is the book About
- Which Charities Will Benefit
- Lucy‚Äôs Recipe In The Book
- How To Help / Where To Buy
- Press Release
- Official Sites
We put 101 Kiwi celebrities, their favourite recipes, the heartfelt stories behind them, and some awesome design from iconic artist Dick Frizzell into a (completely metaphorical) mixing bowl and came up with the incredible Cooking 4 Change Cookbook.
Profits from the sales go to four hardworking local charities, and support the Cooking 4 Change Foundation in their mission to get access to good food for everyone and create a world without hunger.
- Starship Foundation (Lucy is on the board of the Starship Foundation)
- Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand
- Auckland City Mission
- Paw Justice (Lucy helped promote them in 2009)
Lucy Lawless has a frittata recipe that will turn the meekest amongst us into a Warrior Princess! Check it out in the awesome#cooking4c cookbook coming to a book shop near you from August 26th
1. You can buy the book
Cooking 4 Change: Famous Kiwis Want Your HelpThursday, 14 May 2015, 11:37 am
Press Release: Hustle and Bustle
Cooking 4 Change: Famous Kiwis Want Your Help to Kickstart NZ Celebrity Charity Cookbook
It‚Äôs no secret that Kiwis love a home cooked meal - and New Zealand artist Dick Frizzell‚Äôs latest project will see some of the country‚Äôs most-loved celebrities share their all-time favourite dishes to raise money for local charities.
The project, Cooking 4 Change, features a multitude of famous Kiwis on board to share two signature dishes. 101 celebrities have put up their hand to be part of the project, including Hilary Barry, Tiki Taane, Robyn Malcolm, Sam Neill and Stan Walker ‚Äď just to name a few.
All profits raised from the sale of Cooking 4 Change books, available June 2016, will be donated to longstanding and respected charities Auckland City Mission, Paw Justice, The Starship Foundation, and Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand.
‚ÄúAs a lover of making art accessible - and a good home-cooked meal - I wanted to find a way to give back to some of our hardest-working charities, as well as create an iconic cookbook at the same time,‚ÄĚ Dick says, ‚ÄúBut we are going to need some help to get the idea off the ground.‚ÄĚ
To bring the project to life, the Cooking 4 Change team want to invite New Zealanders to be a part of the journey by becoming a Kickstarter campaign ‚Äėbacker‚Äô.
A Cooking 4 Change Kickstarter campaign will kick off on Thursday 14 May 2015 with the aim of raising $28,000 to cover production costs including photography, design, printing and writing.
Backers will receive rewards ranging from acknowledgement in the book to tea towels, aprons, t-shirts, limited edition Dick Frizzell prints and the opportunity to meet Dick himself in his studio.
In true New Zealand style, Cooking 4 Change is a project that will showcase the amazing results Kiwis can achieve when we all work together ‚Äď as well as 202 tried-and-tested recipes from our most-loved celebrities.
‚ÄúThe point is not to create an elaborate, gourmet cookbook that everyone will drool over but never have the ingredients or time to make - but to offer a diverse selection of food that real New Zealanders know and love,‚ÄĚ Dick Frizzell says.
‚ÄúWe want Cooking 4 Change to reflect New Zealand‚Äôs diversity in flavour, people and personality, and have pride of place on Kiwi bookshelves for many years to come,‚ÄĚ he continues.
Cooking 4 Change cookbooks will be available to purchase for RRP $59 from Whitcoulls, The Warehouse and other New Zealand book retailers in June 2016.
From Thursday, Kiwis can donate to the Kickstarter campaign athttps://www.kickstarter.com/projects/cookingforchange/1924809660?token=6eef62a4
About Cooking for Change:
Cooking for Change is a New Zealand cookbook that will bring together 101 of New Zealand‚Äôs favourite personalities to share their favourite signature dishes and raise money for selected longstanding New Zealand charities Paw Justice, Leukaemia and Blood Cancer New Zealand, Starship Foundation and Auckland City Mission. The project is the brainchild of celebrated New Zealand artist Dick Frizzell, who is well known for his love of both turning everyday objects into works of art and good quality home cooking. He asked 101 New Zealand celebrities to share two of their favourite dishes in their own kitchens to create New Zealand‚Äôs very first celebrity cookbook. To raise the funds needed to produce the cookbook, a Cooking for Change Kickstarter project will launch on Thursday 14 May 2015 with the aim of raising $28,000 for photography, film, design, writing and printing. The finished cookbook will be available to purchase from Whitcoulls, The Warehouse and other New Zealand bookstores in June 2016.
¬∑ Ca. 450-500 pages
¬∑ Dimensions: 260mm (H) x 200mm (W) ‚Äď Portrait
¬∑ Paper: 120gsm Golden Sun Woodfree
¬∑ Hardback cover
¬∑ Retail price: $59 (so worth it!)
¬∑ Expected publishing date: June 2016 (If you choose a reward that contains a cookbook you don‚Äôt have to wait that long. You will receive exclusive updates including interviews, behind the scenes footage and photos every time we visit a celebrity).