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Food for Mood cookbook project

Food for Mood – a uniquely creative cookbook, which will inspire you to cook and eat well whatever your mood!

During 2011 CoolTan ran a series of workshops relating to books and food for our Food For Mood cookbook project. Led by tutor Elizabeth Cochrane participants discussed food and the food heritage of Southwark and contributed favourite recipes. The group also looked at creative writing,editing, design and layout and learnt about the world of book publishing.
In 2013 the Food for Mood cookbook was launched on the 13th November with a special event with patron Rosemary Shrager who was on hand … Read More »

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A Big Thank You to Samuel Potts and Rosemary Shrager

We’d like to thank artist Samuel Potts and our patron Rosemary Shrager for agreeing to donate the proceeds of a painting sale to CoolTan Arts.

Samuel’s exhibition, Faces of Yorkshire, will run from the 1st- 31st August 2012 at Victor J’s Art Bar in York. The exhibition features portraits of the county’s leading lights and includes a picture of Rosemary. Profits from sales of the works will be donated to a mix of charities chosen by the sitters, including CoolTan Arts.
Samuel said, ‘Today’s world is such that often we spend time confusing ourselves by focusing on … Read More »

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Rosemary Shrager wins £2,500 on All Star Family Fortunes for CoolTan Arts

Celebrity chef and TV presenter Rosemary Shrager was a contestant on All Star Family Fortunes on 6th May, winning a cash prize of £2,500 for CoolTan Arts.
Rosemary is a talented and versatile chef whose books include Rosemary Shrager’s Yorkshire Breakfasts and Rosemary – Castle Cook, based on her time as Head Chef at Amhuinnsuidhe Castle on the Isle of Harris. She has presented numerous cookery programmes on TV, including Kitchen Showdown with Rosemary Shrager, where she weaned unhealthy fast-food families onto nutritious cuisine and School for Cooks, set at the cookery school at Swinton Park. She is … Read More »

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