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RAF 100 Cookbook
RAF 100 Cookbook

RAF 100 Cookbook


318 Pages, 7.5 x 9.75

Formats: Cloth

Cloth, $39.95 (US $39.95) (CA $53.95)

Publication Date: November 2017

ISBN 9781906670481

Rights: US & CA

St James's House (Nov 2017)

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To celebrate the centenary of the Royal Air Force, some of the world’s top chefs have teamed up with serving RAF personnel to create this truly unique cookbook.Researched, cooked, photographed and written by acting or former servicemen and servicewomen, the book tours 100 of the territories that the RAF has held a presence in since 1918, telling the amazing stories of its involvement in each region and providing a delicious, authentic local recipe that you’ll want to try at home.This combination of incredible dishes and amazing tales will keep you reading before and after dinner. And contributions from such household names as James Martin, Tom Kerridge and Cyrus Todiwala add a dash of celebrity spice to the book.One of Britain’s most revered and appreciated institutions,the RAF will be celebratingits 100th anniversary in 2018.A percentage of sales of this cookbook will be donated to the ve RAF charities that the RAF100 campaign is supporting.

Author Biography

This is the second cookbook that Squadron Leader Jon Pullen hasput together. In 2009,he teamed up with Help the Heroes to producea charity cookbook that sold more than 25,000 copies nationwide. As well as travelling the worldas a full-time memberof the RAF, Jon hasbeen spending his spare time bringing together RAF personnel past and present to create allaspects of this book– from RAF Chef ofthe Year winner, Flight Sergeant Stu Harmer;to Flight Lieutenant Crispin Chapple, whohas tirelessly collated the book’s historical content; to photographer Sergeant Nigel Green and histeam, who have swapped photographing military equipment trials for shooting mouth-watering dishes for the project.