In March 2012, we flew across the world with hopes of writing a cookbook to benefit at-risk young women in Cambodia. After months of recipe testing, writing, editing, photographing, graphic designing, organizing, asking questions, and looking at the same words and photographs until our eyes crossed — it’s in print!
We are so pleased to share it with you — and even more so that all proceeds go to fund Center for Global Impact’s programs for at-risk young women in Cambodia.
What It Is
-A cookbook to benefit the Green Mango Cafe & Bakery restaurant and culinary training program in Battambang, Cambodia, started by Center for Global Impact (CGI – a faith-based non-profit based in Greenwood, Indiana).
-A collection of 40+ recipes based on the menu of the restaurant, ranging in a variety of cuisines from Cambodian to Mexican, Italian, French, and American (see the preview below).
-Extras include explanations of Cambodian-ingredients, how-to’s, information about Cambodia and the cooking school / restaurant, and photographs from our time in country.
–All proceeds go to CGI’s programs in Cambodia.
–What it’s not? An anthology of traditional Cambodian recipes, or a collection of A Couple Cooks-style recipes (though we did adapt all of them based on notes from the restaurant!).
Where To Find It
The Village Experience (6055 North College Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46220)
Goose the Market (2503 N. Delaware Street Indianapolis, IN 46205)
Artisano’s Oils and Spices (1101-
Mango Pie, Banana Bread French Toast, Crepes with Fresh Fruit, Mango Chicken Salad, Garlic Herb Focaccia Bread, Creamy Tomato Soup, Cambodian Curry, Spring Rolls, Eggplant Parmesan Sandwich