This year Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has expanded its sustainability practices beyond the walls of its hotels to inspire a greener festive season in homes around the world.
Chefs from St Andrews to Singapore, Hawaii to the Maldives, have shared their passion for produce and conscious cooking with 18 special recipes for the festive season and beyond. So while you may not be able to travel to these stunning hotels this year, their vision, expertise and flavors can travel to you, to fuel your festivities and inspire your future travel dreams.
Fairmont Hotels & Resorts is a global leader in sustainability and was the world’s first luxury hotel brand to embrace environmental stewardship. For three decades, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts has been committed to proactively protecting local environments through its award-winning Fairmont Sustainability Partnership.
Fairmont’s approach combines leading operational efforts aimed at reducing overall impact on the planet with forward-thinking and innovative programs promoting responsible tourism.
Fairmont’s culinary teams are highly committed to creating sustainable dishes that minimize food waste and use local produce and ingredients to their fullest to enhance the flavors.
Now, Fairmont chefs from across the globe have shared their expertise with a selection of delicious recipes and tips to help make the most of winter leftovers, reduce food waste and celebrate the entirety and simplicity of beautiful ingredients at this indulgent time of year.
Sharon Cohen, Vice President, Fairmont Hotels & Resorts, said: “Fairmont has long been committed to responsible tourism, inspiring best practices, harnessing the expertise of our teams and championing actions both large and small. Sustainability begins at home and in our local communities and those of our hotels. It begins with passionate people inspiring change, sharing ideas and knowledge so we can learn and act as local and global communities.”
“Here, chefs from our hotels around the world share their passion and expertise, their knowledge of produce and desire to reduce waste and cook sustainably,” continued Cohen.
From leftover turkey noodle soup to goose and red cabbage Strudel; ginger bread cookies to fruit pulp crackers, these recipes will delight both your taste buds and your conscience.
For the full recipes visit: http://www.fairmontmoments.com/sustainable-christmas-recipes