Eat Happy, with Potage and Jaques of London

With World Baking Day bringing us all together for a doughy dose of delight, Jaques of London have partnered with Potage to give chef a break from the kitchen, bring the restaurant home, and make the very most of our precious time with our nearest and dearest.

Better still, you get to revel in family fun, whilst the most deliciously healthy meals fill your home with taste-bud tantalising tastes and freezer-friendly fragrances. And, for our favourite family food fans, Potage have provided a special £10 discount, along with free delivery, for your eating enjoyment – Simply enter code JQS10 at checkout.

Potage are on a mission to build a zero waste food business. One that makes deliciously healthy eating easy and enjoyable for everyone! Even good cooks enjoy a night off! And how fitting that the importance of family is at the heart of their kitchen enterprise. Headed by professional chef, Georgia Cummings, Potage launched in 2012 as a means of providing healthy, restaurant quality meals for her mother. Years later and thousands are now basking in the same delightful delicacies.

In addition to packing each dish with the dietary delectability of 5 different daily vegetables, Potage only use the very best in locally and ethically sourced ingredients, whilst always striving to make the very most of Britain’s scrumptious seasonal offerings.

These are values we hold incredibly dear here at Jaques. With the aim of teaching the world to play, we rely on healthy and happy families. So, just why is healthy eating so important for developing bodies and brains?


A Healthy Body a Healthy Mind

It may be a culinary cliché, but growing children require nutritional nourishment and protein power to get the most from their daily schedules. Perfect play demands the tastiest meals, and academic aficionados need their brain food! A good diet is your child’s route to healthy bones, strong muscles, an active mind, and, of course, a smiling face!

Jaques of London and Potage are spreading the happiness of both! This Baking Day, fun and food are joining hand-in-hand for a day of family festivity! Bask in Boules with bolognaise, Happy Families with healthy focaccia and croquet lawns with chicken laksa.

Ready to revel in recipe rapture? Get your utensils at the ready, and bake your way to brilliance, with Potage’s perfect Victoria Sponge Cake recipe.

Healthy, pre-cooked meals and family-friendly entertainment are here to stay, with Potage and Jaques of London. For even more brain and body building brilliance, pay a visit to the Mini Minds Hub - your number one source for happy kids.


Kate Luke
Head Of Brand
After graduating with a 2.1 Music degree, Kate pursued a career in the Music Industry, becoming a professional West End vocalist and a fully qualified Music Teacher, School Choir Leader and Songwriter. As one of Jaques of London’s Creative Editors, her specialism surrounds building confidence and expression through music & play—drawing upon her qualifications in Music Psychology & Child Development. As well as this, she is an accomplished blog writer and published journalist who enjoys promoting the importance of Montessori learning for all ages.
Ben Williamson
Creative Writer
Ben is passionate about Montessori learning for children and has written for many parenting publications to bring the magic of real play to families in the UK. After graduating in 2009, his career has enabled him to work in areas such as Child Development and Psychology. As a great believer that learning starts at home, he combines his experience with his own parenting style to help bring other families together.
Jess Casson
Marketing Assistant
Jess graduated from the University of York in 2022 with a degree in Sociology and Criminology; kickstarting her career in the creative marketing industry through content creation and social media management. One of these roles involved creating content for a children's holiday camp, which alongside a knowledge of Montessori Teaching, formed an interest in childhood development. Utilising her expertise in both these fields has allowed her to promote and share her passions with the online community while exploring her talent for writing and establishing collaborations.
Laura Henderson
Interior Designer
Interior Designer, Laura Henderson, lives in Surrey with her husband and two daughters. Taking a timeless approach to her designs and drawing on her love of colour, antiques, art, modernist furniture and photography she delivers luxurious compositions and peaceful sanctuaries within every space. Her previous experience in furniture design plays an integral role in the development of each of her projects, as does the time she spends getting to know her clients. She uses this to achieve beautiful, practical, reimagined layouts, resulting in projects that enhance a client’s lifestyle, reflecting their individual passions. To learn more see her website

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