Carers¹ cookbook serves up new ideas


Posted on January 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

An easy-to-use recipe book for carers, nurses, students and people who enjoy healthy, trouble-free cooking ­ The Carer¹s Cookbook ­ has been newly published by its author Carolyn Peacock. Originally written for Angela Hamlin, founder of Draycott Nursing, a nursing and caring agency based in Chelsea, London, in order to provide an easy reference book on traditional British cooking, this new publication is designed to help those in the caring profession whose work involves cooking responsibilities. Angela Hamlin, the inspiration for the book, was for 12 years deputy matron of King Edward VII¹s Hospital in London. She now owns and runs Draycott Nursing. Scott Marsden, the senior dietician of the London Clinic Hospital, has checked the recipes in the book for nutritional and healthy content. They have been proofread by Dean Simpole-Clarke who has worked with diet and fitness expert Rosemary Conley for the last five years. Mr Simpole-Clarke is food editor of Ms Conley¹s highly acclaimed Rosemary Conley¹s Die





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