After heartbreaking tragedy of Grenfell last year, a community kitchen united survivors. It caught the attention of Meghan Markle, the Duchess of Sussex, and together they wrote a cookbook. Published in September, Together: Our Community Cookbook collected more than 50 of the women’s own recipes and was an instant bestseller. In only a few weeks, 40,000 copies have been sold in the UK alone, raising £210,000 so far.
This week, we join Meghan at the stove. She surveys the steaming pots and pans and peers in to see what’s bubbling inside. “I remember that, that’s delicious,” she says before offering to prepare vegetables, rolling up her sleeves and donning a pair of disposable gloves.
- We ask why Britain is leaving children to vanish and die in Europe? On the Kindertransport anniversary, we ask some tough questions about own treatment of the vulnerable and the desperate
- What do you get if you combine Iggy Pop, Henry Rollins, Rick Wakeman, Billy Gibbons and Captain Kirk? A festive album that boldly goes where no festive album has gone before… William Shatner explains all
- Viz at 40! No wait… it’s 39. Nevermind they already sent the copy. Editor of the publishing institution, Hampton Doubleday shares some of the mag’s great moments as it details Britain’s foibles through fart gags and potty-mouthed illustrations
And, as always, much much more.