A social enterprise inspiring students to cook, enjoy and share their experiences with food.
You only need a few storecupboard basics to make these crumbly, cheesey pastry witches broomsticks. Happy Halloween!
We’ve partnered with City Harvest to provide thought-provoking cooking events in primary schools, starting this week by teaching over a hundred children in Bedford how to cook a healthy meal using salvaged food. “I’m going to make this again on Christmas day for my mum and step sister.” Bett, aged 11 years.
For weekend entertainment around the kitchen table give the Giraffe bread a go! I’m including a couple of photos to act as a technique prompt.
Four weeks in and teacher Zoe says the children are embracing trying new foods…
We’re in the paper today! BIG thanks to everyone involved so far. If you want to help, we’d love to hear from you! You can read all about us right here…
The concept of ‘Colourful Eating’ was introduced to me at a very young age through a comic book, where the superheroes fly around looking for different and colourful nutritious recipes. Since then, I made it a daily goal to consume at least 4 different colours a day, whether it be fruits or vegetables.