A Taste of Kindness
by Mugino Saeki
About the Book
The gift of good food can mend hearts, build bridges, bolster spirits and create lasting memories. This cookbook is filled with 59 comforting recipes inspired by classic family favourites, global cuisines, ancient food therapies and modern nutrition.
Try some hearty, slow-cooked stews that deepen in flavour with patience and love. Cool down and refuel with some fast, refreshing salads. Offer warm baskets of delicious, home-made breads to friends and family. Decadent yet deceptively healthy desserts will entice everyone to ask for seconds.
With the purchase of this book, you will also help provide essential nourishment and humanitarian aid around the world. All of the net proceeds from the sale of this book will be donated to the following hunger relief organizations:
Action Against Hunger,
World Food Programme.
You can track the amounts raised for Action Against Hunger or make direct donations here [to be updated monthly; $217.50 raised to date]:
I am currently sorting out the logistics of having a fundraising campaign page with the World Food Programme; check back here for updates [$137.50 raised to date]!
Mugino is a computer security specialist by day, avid foodie by night. Even though her kitchen is one of the smallest rooms in the house, she spends the bulk of her time there, playing with her food. Trolling farmer's markets, ogling cookbooks, discovering new restaurants and rolling home with a satisfied belly are among her favourite pastimes. As is the case for most people, Mugino's formative lessons in cooking came from watching her mother. Later culinary influences include Jacques Pepin, Julia Child, James Beard, Heston Blumenthal, Fergus Henderson and copious episodes of Iron Chef Japan. Everything else she knows about cookery comes from friends.