Teepol supports Cooking With Heroes




We are very, very proud to be one of the patrons of the new book 'Cooking With Heroes' commemorating the 100th anniversary of the Royal British Legion.


Teepol and the Trafalgar Square Foam Incident


Our roots date back to World War Two and the first 'Teepol' detergent that was used by the armed forces. When we were invited to become a patron of the book and to appear in it, we accepted immediately. We love the history and people it reflects on, and we look forward to trying out the recipes! Among the images we put forward for inclusion is a very old black and white press photo of Trafalgar Square in a sea of foam created when a group of soldiers decided the fountain would be livened up by adding Teepol detergent.


About the cookbook


To celebrate the centenary of The Royal British Legion, some of the world's bestselling celebrity chefs - including Jamie Oliver, Ainsley Harriott, Cyrus Todiwala, Melissa Helmsley and the Hairy Bikers - have teamed up with acting or former members of the military to create this unique cookbook.

Researched, cooked and written by the Armed Forces and their high-profile supporters, this high-quality hardback book focuses on 100 regions in which The Royal British Legion has been active over the past century, including all corners of the British Isles, the Commonwealth and beyond. As well as profiles of 100 military heroes and heroines specific to each region, as nominated by The Royal British Legion, it features 100 delicious and authentic regional recipes that you'll want to try at home. The book includes a helpful table that allows readers to convert Metric measurements into Imperial and US Cup equivalents with ease.

The book can be purchased in bookshops and via online stores including:

https://stjamess.org/product/cooking-with-heroes


About the Royal British Legion


Established in 1921, The Royal British Legion is the UK's largest Armed Forces charity, sitting at the heart of a national network of partner organisations and more than 200,000 members. Best known for organising the annual Poppy Appeal and Remembrance Day services, the Legion works to ensure that current and ex-service personnel and their families can always access the support they need.

Royal British Legion links