We're a new project concerned with educating, promoting and celebrating all aspects of local food. Our core activities include running pay-by-donation Sunday afternoon workshops which are open to all and six week courses (Seed To Plate; Harvest To Jar; Forage To Fork, Making To Sell) which we deliver to community groups such as young carers, low income families, and minority groups.
Below is our 2012 program of Sunday afternoon workshops. Places are very limited so drop us a line to book a place. Friends, family and all experience/skill levels welcome.
Sunday October 21st, 2.30-4.30pm: The Chutney Jam
Learn how to make delicious chutney and jams from local produce with
patchwork farmers and local food chefs Emma and Ximena.
Sunday November 4th, 2.30-4.30pm: The Kitchen PharmacyKitchen herbalist Alexandra shows us how to boost vitality, ward off common ailments and make the skin glow using fresh local produce.
Sunday November 18th, 2.30-4.30pm: Vegan Baking Made Simple
Mama Bentley shares her approach to no-nonsense, affordable and indulgent vegan baking (biscuits, sponge cakes, Christmas cakes).
Sunday December 2nd, 2.30-4.30pm: Lactic Fermentation
Musician and 'hedge witch' Mihaela demonstrates how to preserve vegetables via fermentation, an essential skill to prepare for winter!
Sunday December 16th, 2.30-4.30pm: Edible Christmas Gifts
Local foodie Filipa demonstrates some simple and inspiring ideas for making edible Christmas gifts for your loved ones.
To book a place on a workshop email: firstname.lastname@example.org
To cover costs there is a suggested minimum donation of £5 per workshop (no one turned away due to lack of funds).
Project Co-ordinator & Founder - 07966796074
Made In Hackney - Local Food Kitchen
(An AMURT-UK Project. Charity Number: 327216)
Workshops take part in the basement of 'Food For All' health food shop, 3 Cazenove Rd, Stoke Newington, N16 6PA
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