Pic courtesy SDG Fund
Three famous Spanish chefs, known as the Roca brothers, Josep and Joan, and Jordi Roca of El Celler de Can Roca in Girona, and the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDG) Fund have launched an exciting three-month global cooking contest. It is open to any individual or collective that wants to explore the importance of sustainable food and its impact on our daily lives. Now, that’s what I call a cooking contest with a difference.
 
What we eat and how we cook not only affects our health but also the health of our planet. Food should be a source of sustainable development. Not a threat. By cooking sustainably, we contribute to achieving sustainable development goals — the world plan for the next 14 years. 
 
This is what you should do to participate:
 
Every month (October, November, and December), the Roca Brothers will use the SDG Fund social media accounts to launch the challenge, and it will require you to come up with an innovative recipe idea.
 
Participants will have to create their own recipe and share the recipe via a simple write up, video or with photos. You can post it on:
 
Twitter: Tweet the recipe using the tag #recipe4change and tag @SDGFund
Facebook: Post the recipe in the comments of the SDG Fund page’s post for each challenge. 
Instagram: Publish the recipe using the tag #recipe4change.
 
Don’t forget to prepare a recipe that offers a unique approach to food preparation. And to tell the world what makes your recipe exclusive regarding sustainability.
For each entry received, Ebro Foods will make a contribution to SDG Fund’s nutrition projects. This means your recipe will have a direct impact on people all over the world.
 
The global challenge winner will spend a day in the famed restaurant, El Celler can Roca, in Spain preparing the #recipe4change in the Roca’s kitchen and dining with the Chefs. And the monthly challenge winners will receive an autographed copy of the Roca Brothers cookbook.
 
What are you waiting for? 
 
For more information about the content go here