THE proceeds of the Glasgow Cookery Book are going to help families in Drumchapel with healthy eating.
Glasgow Caledonian University is donating its share of the profits from the successful centenary edition of the book to help families in the north of the city.
Parents of children attending Cloan Nursery will visit the GCU campus each Thursday this month for the Caledonian Club's Cook And Eat project.
And they will receive the expert guidance of GCU's staff, students from Human Nutrition and Dietetics and student mentors.
Sales of the book and donations from alumni and friends of GCU have raised nearly £10,000 to support community-related university programmes and student initiatives. The Caledonian Club, GCU's participation and community engagement initiative, also received £4000 to develop a hands-on healthy eating and nutrition programme.
Parents will take part in workshops relating to food hygiene, budgeting and nutrition, as well as take part in cookery classes.