@clerkenwell_boy’s Little Black Book
London food instablogging sensation that counts Nigella, Jamie and Ottolenghi amongst his 150, 000 plus fans and started worldwide movement Cook for Syria. We'd tell you his name but we can’t because he’s anonmyous. In fact no one knows what he looks like. Yup, he’s the banksii of the food world, meet @clerkenwell_boy
#Cook for Syria
CookForSyria is a nation-wide fundraising initiative curated by Clerkenwell Boy and SUITCASE Magazine. The month-long campaign focused around Syrian cuisine will encourage everyone from the UK’s top chefs to people at home to cook and raise money in aid of UNICEF’s Syria Relief fund via Next Generation London (UNICEF’s youth branch). The initiative has then be continued globally, rolling out into Sydney on 27th February and then onto Melbourne.
What The Guardian has to say about Clerkenwell_boy
You might have seen him, but you probably wouldn’t have noticed him. Snapping away in the corner of a new restaurant, making sure there’s enough natural light falling on his starter. He’s the anonymous, faceless young man who communicates almost entirely in photographs and hashtags, and he has quickly become one of the capital’s most trusted critics....
Sydneys Cook for Syria
The Syrian conflict is one of the worst humanitarian crises of our time. With so many people in danger, it's more important than ever right now to lend a hand, and in March top chefs around Australia will do just that.
The #CookForSyria Australia campaign follows on from the success of the UK version, which raised more than $350,000 and produced a best-selling book...