Week 7: You’ll love this vegetarian staple recipe from Sudan. Chickpeas, coriander, sesame, garlic… who doesn’t love a good falafel?
Author Jo Wilding explains why the new stage adaptation of her book is so important to ordinary Iraqis.
Fuel Theatre’s stage production of Jo Wilding’s book, Don’t Shoot the Clowns, will travel around the UK until 17 November. You don’t want to miss this moving story.
Week 6: Is your sweet tooth craving more? The Gramma Cake was a hit, but wait until you try this incredible (and easy) Mandarin Orange Cake!
An Introduction to the Rax Active Citizenship Toolkit textbook for secondary schools by the author Jamie Kelsey-Fry. Illustrations and graphic design by Anita Dhillon.
Listen to Jarvis Cocker interview Rax author Jamie Kelsey-Fry. Originally aired on BBC Radio 6 on the 5th of September, 2010. Recorded at the Port Elliot Festival 2010.
Week 5: This sweet potato and garbanzo/chickpea salad is so good, we used it for the book cover! Beautiful and tasty - you don’t want to skip this one.
Week 4: This delicious and spicy Picadillo will have you wanting more. Put it in a burrito or eat it on the side for a true taste of Latin America.
Week 3: Take a trip to Greece with these gorgeous Cheese Pies, straight off the streets of Athens!
The best messages are simple, relevant and compelling, be they discussed among friends or on tv news - new technology can help you get organised and make your point!
Week 2: Want something sweet? Try this simple and traditional Russian cake made with flour, eggs, raisins and chocolate chips.