OTD Reveal Recipe for Helping Homeless

OTD has launched an appeal to support homeless people on the streets of Birmingham with the release of a charity cookbook with a difference.


It’s available to purchase via https://otd.uk.com/product/otd-cook-book/ now for £10.95, (including p&p).


We’ve combined two of our greatest passions – our people and food – to create a cookbook containing our favourite recipes and the personal stories behind them.


The OTD cookbook curates culinary delights from coaches based in all corners of the globe, with dishes from as far afield as Mexico, Brazil and China.


Copies are available to purchase via our website, with all proceeds being distributed to Change Into Action, a pilot programme led by West Midlands Mayor, Andy Street, in aid of rough sleepers.


OTD Andy and Chris, business owners said: “We’re thrilled to launch our new OTD cookbook. As a business our relocation to Birmingham has been a huge factor in our growth, but it has also highlighted the problem of homelessness in our city and we wanted to do something to make a difference.


“We’ve been a regular supporter of local and national charitable causes during the past decade and with a collective love of food, a charity cookbook seemed a natural choice.


“These recipes are all about family, happiness and love. It’s our way of showing people how much we care and of helping those who find themselves in a situation many of us more fortunate can only imagine.”


The OTD cookbook contains a banquet of beautiful dishes, with highlights including an apple strudel from Austria’s Ruth Pereira and Philly’s ‘Wednesday night special’ courtesy of Kevin McCahill.


The first one hundred copies of the book have been generously donated by our friends and neighbours at Hobs Repro, with the printing firm producing additional copies at cost price.

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