A Notting Hill school has launched a cookery book of recipes reflecting the many cuisines of the area.
Fox Pot, which is a labour of love by a team of parents at Fox Primary School, contains recipes that come from around the world courtesy of families who live in the area, and contributions from some of the best-known chefs in the country.
Celebrity chef contributors include Yotam Ottolenghi, Bill Granger, Gennaro Contaldo, Valentine Warner, and Sally Clarke.
Jodi Terry, a school governor, said: “This book is a celebration of the school and the community’s history, its people and their love of food. We all feel passionate about Fox School’s proactive and hands-on approach to healthy eating and teaching children at a young age about where food comes from.”
Fox Primary School supports children’s involvement in planting and growing as demonstrated through the school’s active allotment, productive beehives and chickens.
It also hosts an annual international evening when families representing more than 40 nationalities contribute dishes.
Fox Pot – From the Kitchens of Notting Hill, will be available at Waterstones in Notting Hill and Kensington High Street and other bookstores in Notting Hill as well as online at www.amazon.co.uk .
All proceeds from the book will be used to support Fox Primary School and its charities, such as Reach to Teach, a non-profit organisation that provides education to children in remote rural areas of India.