Travel To Europe and Africa with these 2 Destination Inspired Cooking without Leaving your Home

Sha Wellness

While most international borders are closed and planes grounded during the global COVID-19 pandemic, travel lovers can be assured to still get their travel fix without leaving the house by recreating antioxidant rich recipes from the cookbook. Read on and support the tourism industry

SHA Wellness Clinic Healthier Recipe Cookbook
SHA Wellness Clinic’s cookbook is the go-to recipe guide for creating delicious, nutritious and immune-boosting food while staying at home. Inside readers will find dozens of healthy recipes from SHA Wellness Clinic, a global pioneer of integrated medical and holistic wellness and one of Europe’s leading medical resorts, meaning eating healthily never tasted so good. Complete with chefs’ secrets, insider tips and an array of energy-boosting starters, main courses, desserts, and juices, the SHA Recipes to Live Longer and Better should be a staple cookbook in your home.

Delicious recipes including scarlet prawn carpaccio salad, brown rice paella, Indian risotto, and shitake soup are coupled with detailed explainers on how food can be used as medicine and to self-heal – a vital ingredient in SHA Wellness Clinic’s vision for health. It means would-be chefs can enjoy the SHA philosophy from the comfort of their own home – making this so much more than an ordinary cookbook. Keeping yourself healthy is more important than ever in this current climate, and the recipe book has been written so everybody can benefit from SHA Wellness Clinic’s valuable methodology. Every recipe has been created using evidence from the latest and most prestigious global nutrition studies, meaning healthy living is at the forefront of every meal.

The SHA Recipes to Live Longer and Better can be purchased online for approximately £26.1 (S$46.25) from https://shawellnessclinic.com/sha-boutique


Singita

Recreate Singita’s Gourmet Safari Experience with The Singita: Our Food Journey Cookbook.
Leading conservation brand, Singita, presents its first cookbook – Singita: Our Food Journey – showcasing traditional and contemporary African inspired dishes. The 274-page coffee-table book gives readers a taste of safari at home, allowing readers to recreate Singita’s renowned gourmet experience from each of their twelve award-winning lodges and camps across five regions in Africa.

Recipes in the book have been gathered from every region – from Tanzanian futari (sweet potato, butternut and coconut stew), South African classics such as malvapudding and Zambezi beer-battered bream, inspired by the catch of the day from Lake Malilangwe at Singita Pamushana Lodge in Zimbabwe.

The recipes reflect a day on safari from the homemade fruit and nut rusks guests snack on during a dawn game drive to the appetisers enjoyed while having a sundowner overlooking the private game reserves followed by dinner out in the bush. More than just a recipe book, the cookbook is peppered with full page wildlife and interior shots bringing Singita’s unique safari experience to life, alongside stories about the incredible people behind the recipes; people Peter Andrew, a wildlife-poacher-turned-pastry-chef who now whips up teatime treats at Singita Grumeti. All profits from the sales of the cookbook will go towards supporting the Singita Community Culinary School in South Africa and the Singita Serengeti School of Cooking in Tanzania.

These programmes work to support and develop the next generation of Singita chefs who reside in the neighbouring communities to Singita Kruger National and Singita Grumeti fulfilling a local need for career opportunities as well as a broader need for the hospitality industry as a whole in these countries.

The Singita: Our Food Journey cookbook costs £65 (S$115) (incl VAT excluding delivery). To order a copy, please visit: https://singita.com/singita-cookbook/

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