Meghan Markle shares the ‘famous’ cake recipe in Chef José Andrés’ new cookbook

Meghan Markle has shared one of her signature cake recipes in Chef José Andrés’ latest cookbook.

earlier this week, Penguin Random House announced that the Spanish chef’s non-profit World Central Kitchen will publish its first book, The World Central Kitchen Cookbook: Feeding Humanity, Feeding Hopeto be released in September 2023. The publisher also noted that the cookbook will feature recipes from some famous faces, including the Duchess of Sussex’s recipe for her lemon oil cake.

The Archewell Foundationwhich is run by Meghan and Prince Harry also shared a post on Tuesday to celebrate the milestone and praise some of the other contributors to Andrés’ book.

“The cookbook is a compelling collection of stories and recipes from renowned chefs, local chefs and friends of the global nonprofit that feeds communities affected by natural disasters and humanitarian crises,” they wrote in a statement. “All proceeds from the author will support WCK’s emergency response efforts and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex is proud to have contributed a recipe.”

This isn’t the first time Meghan has shared her cake with World Central Kitchen, the nonprofit founded by Andrés that provides meals to communities in the wake of a crisis. In March 2021, she partnered with the organization to send her lemon pie to a group of women helping provide meals to communities in Chicago amid the pandemic.

In the recent post via the Archewell Foundation, the organization also shared the note Meghan sent to the women along with the cake, made with lemons from the garden of their Montecito home.

“Sometimes we overlook the importance of expressing gratitude and showing appreciation. Perhaps now more than ever we realize that basic human moments, like eating together, saturate us with more than just food (even if that food is delicious!),” the note reads. “Up to this point, we hope you enjoy the deal we’ve baked for you – a little thank you from our home to your home. It is our hope, through this effort, to show that even the smallest actions can have a far-reaching impact if we all get involved. Even individual actions can affect us as a whole.”

Taking to Twitter, fans praised Meghan for sharing her beloved cake recipe in the upcoming cookbook.

“Selfless and dedicated to helping the vulnerable,” one person wrote. “By partnering and sharing her recipe for her famous lemon cake.”

“I’ll donate to that @WCKitchen (for the work they do around the world),” wrote another. “I will buy this cookbook – to continue to support – and to get the recipe #Princess Meghan.”

The Archewell Foundation has been working with World Central Kitchen since December 2020. Most recently, the two organizations have worked together to help build aid centers for communities around the world and donate meals to Ukraine.

In April 2022, Andrés opened up about working with Meghan and Harry, describing their support as “a blessing”.

“I love her,” he said in an interview with People. “I’ve been able to spend time with them, work with them and they’re very hands-on and very knowledgeable about what’s going on in the world, what the problems are and what the needs are.”

After calling the couple his “friends,” he praised them for the work they’ve done to contribute to global change.

“All my life I’ve been trying to figure out what exactly we’re missing, because why is there still hunger? What are we missing? We have to make the most of the possibilities of good and I believe we can do it with the likes of Meghan and Harry,” he said.

Along with a recipe from Meghan, The World Central Kitchen Cookbook will feature a recipe for breakfast tacos by Michelle Obama. Meghan Markle shares the ‘famous’ cake recipe in Chef José Andrés’ new cookbook

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