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A new charity cookbook with recipes from 60 DJs

DJs share their favourite recipes in a new charity cookbook created by DJ and producer Eira Haul.

A new charity cookbook with recipes from 60 DJs

Berlin-based DJ and producer Eira Haul have put together a tasty project, bringing together 60 electronic artists recipes in one cookbook.

A pandemic inspired project came about from the length of time DJs had during the pandemic to spend in the kitchen. The cookbook titled ‘Turn The Tables’ features a wide range of recipes, with proceeds from the sales of the cookbook going to Open Music Lab, a volunteer-led music school in Berlin.

Recipes featured in the cookbook are “Orange Turkey Rice Bowl” by Nathan Micay, rRoxymore’s “Spaghetti Al Limon”, “Red Curry Squash Laksa from Kangding Ray and the author himself a “No-Bake Chocolate Biscuit Torte”.

‘Turn The Tables’ will go on sale sometime this month and can be pre-ordered here soon.

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