Rosalyn Carless, of Lydden Grove, has teamed up with Save the Children to launch a new food blog.
By publishing new and original recipes each week using inexpensive and easily sourced ingredients, she hopes to highlight what Save the Children and other charities are doing to help those most vulnerable.
Launched at the start of the year, the blog has included ideas from the Ukraine, Bangladesh and Mozambique.
Her aim is to show families that they can have different and exciting meals on a budget but also to celebrate and share the culinary traditions of areas which have been hit hard by natural or man-made disaster and whose peoples have been dispersed as a result.
Many of the ideas published in future will feature old family recipes shared by friends which have been handed down by word of mouth through generations not to be found elsewhere in books or blogs.
Feast for Famine: https://feastforfamine.blog
Photo: Rosalyn Carless