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The Gathered Table

The Gathered Table

A Taste of Home

Home means many things. It’s a place for family, friends and solitude. It’s a safe haven and a retreat. It provides shelter, security and independence. And for those who have lived without a home, it means everything.

The Gathered Table: A Taste of Home is a collection of 55 recipes from across Ireland’s food world. Bakers and butchers, farmers and food champions, producers, shopkeepers and chefs have shared their most cherished recipes, all for a good cause.

Compiled by Gather & Gather, whose ethos is about using food to bring people together, all proceeds from this book will go to Peter McVerry Trust, the national housing and homelessness charity whose work is needed now more than ever. In buying this book, you will be helping Peter McVerry Trust to change more lives and give more people a home of their own ­with a table at the heart of it to gather around.

  • ISBN: 9781999379995
  • Format: Hardcover, 160 pages
  • Dimensions: 236mm x 287mm
  • Publication date: 30 March 2023
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    About Gather & Gather and PMV Trust

    Gather & Gather was founded in 1998. By 2012 they had become the fastest-growing caterer in the Ireland and the UK, with their core range of services expanding from workplace cafés, restaurants, fine dining and hospitality to include retail cafés and bars, pop-up food and bar concepts, and event catering. The brand is centred around the idea of urban hunter-gatherers exploring the modern world of food, collecting the latest exciting ideas and approaches for customers to share and enjoy. Gather & Gather plans to keep challenging the status quo using innovation, fabulous food and fantastic, talented people as the keys to their success. @GatheredIreland

    Peter McVerry Trust is a national housing and homeless charity committed to reducing homelessness and the harm caused by substance misuse and social disadvantage. The charity provides low-threshold entry services, primarily to younger people and vulnerable adults with complex needs, and offers pathways out of homelessness based on the principles of the Housing First model. In 2022, the charity worked with over 12,000 people and was active in 28 local authorities across Ireland. Their vision is an Ireland that supports all those on the margins and upholds their rights to full inclusion in society. @PMVTrust