"Bish Bash BOSH!" will be launched this week. If you have not been following this particular thread, it's the name of our son Ian's second cookbook. With his "BOSH!" partner Henry, Ian worked like crazy through the middle of last year to get the new book ready for the publishers.
And now the launch week has arrived. See the double page spread above. This was in yesterday's edition of "The Star" - Sheffield and South Yorkshire's main evening newspaper.
In addition, the lads appeared in Britain's best-selling daily newspaper - "The Sun". That's Mick Jagger on the front page with news about his impending heart operation.
But turn to page 20 and there are Ian and Henry along with three recipes from "Bish Bash BOSH!". The green headline, "Plant and Dec" is a reference to Ant and Dec - Britain's most successful TV presenters.
This morning Ian and Henry will appear on The Radio Sheffield breakfast show and in the evening the new book will get it's first outing down at Sheffield Hallam University.
Tomorrow - Thursday - Shirley and I will be heading down to London for the book's proper launch at Vegan Nights on Brick Lane. On Friday, Ian and Henry will be at Waterstones book shop in Bristol and then on Saturday the lads will be on national radio - courtesy of Radio 2's Graham Norton Show.
It's all a fairground ride that keeps on running and running. Maybe one day the roller coaster will stop but until that happens, Ian and Henry plan to stay on board and enjoy the ride - where ever it takes them. Bish! Bash! BOSH!
I wish them well. I'm sure they have the next project pretty well planned out.ReplyDelete
Two more books have already been commissioned by the publishers.Delete
And enjoy it they should - they've worked hard. That is quite a whirlwind of events coming up. I hope sales of the new book reach unprecedented heights!ReplyDelete
I hope that sales at least match the first book.Delete
Congratulations! What a great success!ReplyDelete
Thank you Goddess of the Rainbow.Delete
Ha! I was actually named after the cashier in a supermarket.Delete
This is all so exciting for them and for you!ReplyDelete
It's more exciting than if Ian was doing what I was doing at his age - on the teaching treadmill, day after day...Delete
They will have their own Saturday morning tv cooking show before long, I'm sure of that.ReplyDelete
There are irons in the fire Sue.Delete
You did a great job with Ian!ReplyDelete
Yes. It is all down to me Kylie!Delete
Well I've congratulated Ian through you, I've talked about veganism, now I'm recognising that you and Shirley raised a son with creativity, work ethic, self belief and critical thinking skills. Take the bouquetDelete
You are very kind Kylie...but I knew that already.Delete
Well done boys......you must be so proud Mr Pud!ReplyDelete
Proud as punch - whatever that might mean.Delete
"Let's mend the knight together." Haha!ReplyDelete
Seriously though, this is all just amazing. And the best thing about it is that what they're doing is good for people and ultimately, the planet. Huge congratulations!
You are right MM. They're hitting the vegan food scene at the most opportune time.Delete
Congratulations to them both and here's to a long and successful run of good luck (glass being raised). Enjoy your trip down south.ReplyDelete
What's in your glass JayCee? I am guessing milk stout.Delete
Err not quite. It does contain bubbles though.Delete
Congrats again to the Bosh boys! I'm sure this book will be a whopping success too. Vegan is so IN now. As Ms Moon said, they can be especially proud that what they're doing benefits everyone.ReplyDelete
Since they began their vegan journey, veganism has really entered the mainstream. Thanks for your good wishes Steve.Delete
Congratulations to you all. Both lads and their families. I see their faces smiling at me from Facebook and instagram too!ReplyDelete
They are haunting you Christina. OOOOOO! OOOOOOO!Delete
Congratulations to the pair of them, and their proud families as well of course...ReplyDelete
Thank you Thelma.Delete
Yay! Congratulations all around - to the "boys" for being such fantastic ambassadors of great food, to the publishers for having finished production of the book in time, and last but not least to the proud parents of Ian and Henry.ReplyDelete
As you imply, there's a lot of teamwork involved.Delete
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