‘Offerings’ - Purchase now
Purchase your copy of the 'Offerings' cookbook and support the Sdey Leur Schools Project which will positively impact the lives and education of over 500 children.
The ‘Offerings’ cookbook is the major fundraising initiative to support the Sdey Leur Schools Project.
This beautiful hardcover book has over 60 Khmer recipes and stunning photographs of the food, the markets, the village life, the people and of course the children and their schools.
Equally at home in the kitchen or on your coffee table, we hope that ‘Offerings’ will inspire you to discover a lesser known cuisine, and learn more about this beautiful country and its people.
Pay with PayPal and pick-up from SeeBeyondBorders' office ($40)
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Contact details for pick-up option:
SeeBeyondBorders, Suite 106, 1-3 Gurrigal Street, Mosman, NSW. (02) 9960 7077
(Owing to the high cost of posting this book to destinations outside Australia, it is only practical to offer postage within Australia.)
* Foreword by Christine Manfield, highly regarded Australian Chef, author and food writer
* Recipe contributions from Serge Dansereau, Chan Uoy, Marion Grasby and Christine Manfield
* Hard Cover - 210mm x 280mm
* 240 pages with full colour photographs and over 60 Khmer recipes
Photography by Markus Summerer
The Cookbook Team
The ‘Offerings’ cookbook has been created by the volunteers on the Sdey Leur Schools Project, who have undertaken to raise over AU$90,000 to support the goals of the project over three years. Their aim is to raise over half this amount through sales of the cookbook.
The volunteers on the Sdey Leur Schools Project all have day jobs and it was these day jobs that provided the necessary expertise to produce the cookbook. This dedicated team has worked tirelessly on a non-existent budget for 6 months, researching and testing all things Cambodian.
Whilst a trip to Cambodia in June 2013 provided the team with the material to finish the book, it was a visit to the Sdey Leur schools that provided the real motivation and a gentle reminder to everyone that the funds raised from this cookbook will have a significant impact on the SeeBeyondBorders education program in Ek Phnom district.
Sdey Leur Schools Project
The Sdey Leur Schools project will support a cluster of schools in the Ek Phnom district of Battambang province over three years. Long-term support is necessary to ensure that the changes made are sustainable and can be integrated into the schooling system, leading to long-lasting change to education in Cambodia.
The Sdey Leur school is the core school with approximately 264 children, and the satellite schools of Prek Luoung and Sdey Krom have 137 and 120 children respectively. Included within the project is a range of teacher training, infrastructure and community support initiatives.
The project volunteers will also undertake a range of fundraising activities in addition to the ‘Offerings’ cookbook.
[SeeBeyondBorders and the Sdey Leur Schools Project team wish to offer an apology to Lara Dunston, the author of the article, Cambodia: Angkor Wat’s new discovery’ published by National Geographic Traveller for a failure to request her permission to use a part of her article in the ‘Visit to Cambodia’ section of the ‘Offerings’ cookbook.]
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