The Fair Trade Cook Book
"Grace. Good food, good fun, thank God! Amen". - Rev. Giles C Galley.
Make a difference to the world: choose FAIRTRADE products whenever possible. Every single choice counts, and you do not know the consequences, so make Fair Trade the standard for you.
This website has 500 or so recipes for meals using
Fair Trade products.
Use the menu at the top to get started.
There is also information on how to find fairly traded products in shops.
A summer salad alphabet
This list of salads is suitable for summer as the weather gets warmer! More recipes can be found using the menus linked from the top of the page.
Delicious fruit and happy protein complemented by lightly spiced nuts
A carrot salad with a bite
"Good for you" carrots with a tangy taste
This is England at its best
Powerful veggy flavours and interesting textures in a lemony dressing
Juicy cheese bites with a hint of sweetness
Filling food using ingredients from far-flung places
A sort of sweet and sour salad
A tasty vegetable rice salad
Cooked chicken or turkey in a fruity and exotic sauce
Chunky olives and cheese with pasta and juicy extras
A light vegan salad of potatoes with a tangy dressing and aromatic mint
Rice adorned with olives, peppers, cucumbers and toasty pine kernels
A lovely French salad with an intriguing but balanced mixture of flavours
Fresh green oregano with tomatoes and a smack of sumac
Tomatoes, onion and bread salad from Tuscany
Powerful flavours of mint and lemon surround quinoa, the supergrain.
Cool creamy salad onions with a touch of herbs and spices from India.
Summer fresh fruit in a juice of wine and honey
A sophisticated take on fruit salad
Mango and banana plus mixed fruits and a garam masala dressing
Venetian-style prawn and white bean salad
Chunky juicy freshness in a bowl
Juicy bananas and mixed fruit salad with a lemon and honey dressing
A nicely balanced side salad that can be extended to a main course using additional toppings
New or recently reworked recipes
Chewy tangy light bread risen by inclusion of sourdough starter
Chunks of squash with chickpeas and raisins in a tomato sauce
Salmon steaks poached in olive oil and white wine
Nuggets of flavour surrounded by succulent vegetables and aromatic herbs
Mixed, good for you seeds in a rustic vegan cracker from Finland
Chickpea and tahini dip enhanced with roasted butternut squash
A naturally sweet Nordic spread to go with Nordic crispbread
Meaty carrots in a tomato sauce with a tangy mash of potatoes and parsnips on top
Oats and onions with Fairtrade flavourings
Roasted red peppers and aubergine dip or spread
Swedish crispbreads to go with cheese, smoked salmon or dips
A rich mushroom and onion stuffing or dip
Chocolate-coated fruity cookies
Chunky bacon bits in a minted tomato sauce
This symbol is the
- Wawa Aba, The Seed of the Wawa Tree, a symbol of hardiness, toughness and preseverance. These are qualities much needed for the development of Fair Trade!
The symbol also perhaps resembles a cooking pot seen from above, and as such seems entirely appropriate for a Fairtrade Cookbook.
I am sure that the Ghanaians will forgive me for saying that.
Lord, to those who hunger give bread; to those who have bread give them the hunger for justice.
Latin American Prayer.