Thank you so much for visiting the blog today. As I write , there have been over 3700 visitors to this blog. And the book has been mentioned in the Times UK, the Church Times, the Croydon Advertiser, Families First Mag and few local newspapers across the UK and a radio interview on a national radio.
I do hope that you have managed to print few copies and donated them to your local foodbank and various food parcels distributors. I understand that offices where food vouchers are given have also been giving away copies of The Bank Cook, which is great!
I have been receiving feedbacks and one of the most recurring ones were of small charities requesting a version of the book which will not use so much ink.
I have now done it and hope it will be much easier for you to print copies. Please click on the link below to open and save a copy before printing.
Recipes for food bank users – no background low res
If you are from a company which would like to donate copies of the book, please be sure to add your logo or info at the back so people would know that you were the kind donor. You should use the original version of the book. Click here to see it.
The printing guidelines remain the same as previously and if you need a higher resolution, please email me to email@example.com or DM me via twitter @hjulienne.
For those who think you cannot reproduce these recipes based on look of the pictures, could I ask you to just take few minutes and just read the rice puddings page and the tuna & sweetcorn page? That will give you an idea on how easy the recipes are and the extra added are £1.00 or less.
Unfortunately, everything is well presented and that might be misleading, but please just take a minute to read through one or 2 recipes and you will see how much more you might get out of the food parcels.
Thanks again for checking in.