LAWYERS (AND OTHERS) ADD TRUE PROFESSIONALISM TO YOUR COOKING WITH THE BILLABLE HOUR CHEF’S JACKET
The Billable Hour Cookbook is being printed as I write and the first edition will be available from the end of the next week ( and is guaranteed to become a collector’s item in years to come). For all those cooking fans, or those seeking a special something to buy someone this Christmas, Ishan has developed with the aid of a professional designer) the Billable Hour Chef Jacket.
In addition a Billable Hour Chef’s Jacket is now available, in both male and female fittings, at a price of £23.00.
“Guaranteed to make you look like a real chef, this is the perfect accompaniment to the Must Have Cook Book of the Year”
HOW TO GET ONE (OR TWO, OR THREE…)
The general link (including details of how to get the cookbook) is here.
The chef’s jacket (mens) can be found here.
The chef’s jacket (ladies)is here.
(The photo here does not really do the jacket justice, the photographs of the order pages are much better.).
A REMINDER OF THE CAUSE
“£6 from each sale will go to the Billable Hour charity in aid of Save The Children.
In September 2015, the terrible consequences of the refugee crisis were plain. Horror at the suffering of the desperate and the sight of children washed ashore compelled us all to help.
A group of lawyers set up a donation page and invited professionals to donate a sum equivalent to a single billable hour of their time. The campaign was called Billable Hour and it raised over £200,000. All the money went to Save the Children to help them in their incredible efforts to aid refugees.
Today, Billable Hour has expanded beyond lawyers, and continues to support children in some of the toughest circumstances. Yemen is facing the biggest humanitarian crisis in the world, with children at its centre. Now, Billable Hour is focused on reaching the 11.3 million Yemeni children in need of urgent support.
Time for us, once again, to stand up for justice.
To learn more about Billable Hour and how you contribute please visit: www.billablehour.org”