What did YOU think of the welcome box? What were your favourite recipes? Here’s a few behind the scenes photos from the making of it. We love to share our process of members getting together to create and enjoy books.

A cookbook with our names on them. LOVE.

We’re going to be chatting in the comments down below so get involved and let rip on what you think.


  1. Linann

    Hello Gang, Loving the Welcome Box, but I really should get back to work before the boss walks by.

  2. Sue Taylor

    Hi, I am new to Sorted so if this turns out to be a dumb question its because I am upside down in New Zealand. If I just wanted a recipe for one thing is there anywhere you can search just for that? In my case it was French Onion soup.
    Love ya work Thanks Sue

  3. plzpringles

    I wasn’t able to get one of these books when they were initially released, are you going to be doing another round of these books again in the future?

  4. daisytje

    Hi, this is a belated reply to thank you for our lovely welcome box. The next book is already on the way so my feedback is rather late!

    I really liked how you included a section at the start on conversions and ingredients. There isn’t anything, however, for gluten free substitutes that I could find. I have a gluten intolerance so it’s limiting me from what I can try from your books. I get that it would be impractical to make a whole new gluten-free recipe alongside the original, but is this something you could include in future recipes like substituting a core ingredient such as flour for a good gluten-free replacement? Such as ‘try almond flour in place of plain flour’ or something. Us gluten-free people know we need to check what we’re putting into our recipes anyway, like stock cubes and so on!

    Just a sentence or two to guide us would be awesome. Or perhaps there is another way to ask? I have tweeted before but not had a response. Most things are pretty generic worldwide, like almond and coconut flour. But it gets very expensive to keep experimenting with flours that then don’t work for the recipe itself. Thanks 🙂

    • Sorted

      We should be able to reply to you via social media- so that’s definitely the best way. Don’t be afraid to harass us. Facebook messenger is quick & easy too:).

      We can always try our best to suggest… but without trying out the flours- it’s very difficult for us to guarantee results too unfortunately! Maybe we could set up some forum chats so you can hook up with other GF to try and test? Is that maybe an idea?

  5. elenatonyuk

    Welcome box is amazing, love the recipes in the book. I am not sure if I am the only one who wasn’t being able to access the workshop due to the app not being available in my AppStore (is it just for the UK?) and didn’t really have a tracking service, since it has arrived the day the problems with it were sorted out.

    Nonetheless, my favourite recipe so far is the orange chicken. It just reminds me of the times I studied in China and now instead of a take out I am just getting the Sorted book and making my own chicken that actually tastes like the authentic one!

    Huge thanks to the whole team who worked on it! And thank you for listening to the community, it actually makes your recipes one of the most accurate ones out there 😉

    • Sorted

      Hey Elena, what app store are you on, we’ll look into it as it is available outside the UK.

  6. annie

    Love, love the welcome box for the book club! My non-foodie hubby has even taken an interest and now we like to watch the videos together. Over the weekend, we made the Beef Rendang and OH DANG… That Beef Rendang! It’s made him a real believer. 🙂

    • Sorted

      That recipe is magic! So pleased you converted your husband YEEHA

  7. bradleygh15

    I was surprised to get home from work/finals the other day to see the welcome package in my mailbox which was a nice relief from the stress of that week. i’m looking forward to making some of the recipes from the book – especially the thai roast chicken, Ultimate Pork Belly Nachos and ham and manchego quesadillas since manchego is one of my favourite cheeses!

    Thank you for everything you guys, I can’t wait to see all the new stuff you guys publish and produce!

  8. mrncl83

    I was surprised to see mine at my home after a 15h drive back from Portugal. And after the end of a 4-year adventure, it must be said that it was a real comfort to avoid the depression of the end of an era. I already had the workshop on bread and god it’s great (my mother makes regularly flatbread thanks to it and she adoooooooooores it), I look forward to also test Ben’s one when I have a little time this summer!
    I think I will test different recipes in the coming months like: ham & manchego quesadillas, lemon zebra shortbread, chicken tikka masala, mike’s chicken supreme with sapphire, ultimate pork belly nachos, thai roast chicken (my mother absolutely wants to try it on a Sunday), carne asada and 4 or 5 others. I will not make the list, otherwise, it may be long for you 😂. I also wanted to thank the whole team, for the chance to see my anecdote in the book and James’ reinterpretation whose absolutely to kill for (I’ll try it as quickly as possible).

    In any case, great work for the whole team, for the evolution of your videos that continue to improve over time, and this second book that gives only one desire: go into the kitchen & try the recipes.

    Thank you, sincerely, for everything 🙏🏻

    • Hannah

      I can vouch that the thai roast chicken is amazing. I make it all the time. Such a crowd pleaser and really different.

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