Kim McCosker (centre) poses for a photo with fans Colleen O'Brien and John Nation on Saturday.
Kim McCosker (centre) poses for a photo with fans Colleen O'Brien and John Nation on Saturday. Michael Cormack

Fans crazy 4 Kim’s charity cookbook

SHE has sold over eight million books according to her Twitter account, but you wouldn't know it.

Kim McCosker, author of the highly popular 4 Ingredients cookbooks, spent time liaising and interacting with fans at Big W on Saturday.

Mrs McCosker chatted with fans and signed books while showing off the latest book in her series, Cook 4 a Cure.Mrs McCosker said it was always great to interact with her fans.

"It was fantastic to have a lot of people come along," Mrs McCosker said. "Meeting fans is the fun part of the job. I enjoy liaising with them all but I also get a lot of ideas out of those autograph sessions as well."

The stop at Rose City Shoppingworld was the seventh stop on a national tour promoting the book, which she has pledged to donate $100,000 of the sales from to breast cancer research.

One of Mrs McCosker's fans is Kate Strudwick who said the best thing about the 4 Ingredients series was the simplicity.

"I have nearly all of her books," Ms Strudwick said.

"They're terrific; the recipes taste great but they are also very good value for money because there are only four ingredients involved. Other recipes might involve 10 or more ingredients and you only need half a tablespoon of something. I think the best thing about her books is the ease of the recipes along with that value for money."



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