Footsteps Festival 2021

Video – Book Plug with Ian Taverner aka Cookfulness

07/07/2021
Ian has written the successful cookbook, Cookfulness, aimed at helping fellow sufferers and their loved ones find some pride and passion in the kitchen and actually starts to want to cook. Watch him talk about his book and his desire to help others here at our Festival Book Plug.

Ian Taverner lives with the chronic pain conditions arthritis and fibromyalgia, together with associated mental health conditions. He had to end his 25-year career in offshore financial services due to ill health. After years of ever-deteriorating health, it was the NHS National Centre for Pain Services in Bath that helped him regain some quality of life.

Now, Ian has written the successful cookbook, Cookfulness, aimed at helping fellow sufferers and their loved ones find some pride and passion in the kitchen and actually starts to want to cook. Ian is now dedicated to helping fellow sufferers find some joy, has appeared on national radio, BBC News, in countless lifestyle magazines and publications, and is a regular contributor to the Footsteps Festival with cookery and self-help sessions.

Book Plug – Ian Taverner “Cookfulness”

 

Find Ian’s book here.

 

Active Hands Discount Code!

Ian says:

“You will know I’m an avid user and supporter of a company called Active Hands, who provide equipment for people with reduced hand function. Their kitchen aids are brilliant!

I’m delighted to announce that my Cookfulness followers can now get a 10% discount from their on-line shop using the exclusive discount code:

Cookful10

I am not paid for this offer!”

 

 

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