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Feed The Heroes Cookbook from Manor Farm aims to raise 20k

Irish chicken producer Manor Farm, Irish chefs and food influencers have created a digital chicken recipe book which when downloaded will raise funds for the Feed The Heroes.

The recipe book is available as an e-book for a donation on the dedicated Feed the Heroes Cookbook fundraising page.

All donations from the recipe book will go towards Feed The Heroes, in support of the work they are doing to support medical workers during the COVID 19 crisis. Manor Farm aims to raise €20K by the 20th of May for the organisation as the next phase of quarantine is introduced this month.

Manor Farm became involved with Feed The Heroes when they noticed a strain in demand for their products in supermarkets while their foodservice business was down. They realised that workers on the frontline of the pandemic are unable to access supermarkets as easily and no longer have time to prepare food. Manor Farm saw an opportunity to help frontline workers while also supporting the foodservice industry.

Manor Farm collaborated with brand ambassador, Adrian Martin, to develop a recipe book with 22 chicken recipes that can be easily made at home during the quarantine period.

Contributors Darina Allen, Rachel Allen, JP McMahon, Emmet McCourt, and Joe Shannon. Adrian Martin has also included his favourite chicken recipe.

Brendan Nolan, Marketing Manager for Manor Farm, said: “Following HSE and HSPC guidelines, our staff and colleagues have continued to go to work every day in difficult circumstances and can therefore recognise the sacrifices that frontline workers are making on all our behalf. This book is a thank you to them from Manor Farm.”

Manor Farm ambassador Adrian Martin commented: “We know more people are cooking at home in this current crisis and we hope we can add some variety to their repertoire with many accessible chicken recipes, while also supporting the invaluable work of Feed The Heroes.”

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