Wednesday 22 Sep 2021 - Wednesday 13 Oct 2021
10:00 am - 1:00 pm
Join us for the FLAVOUR KITCHEN project to learn about surplus food in the city and help with processing and redistribution.
Who’s this for? This course is for anyone who wants to get involved in their local food system and learn some transferrable catering skills. There is no specific eligibility criteria.
We’ll spend four sessions (one session per week) at the Community Kitchen focusing on:
- Learning and improving knife and kitchen skills
- Gaining knowledge of flavours and ingredients
- Growing in experience and confidence to create meals from surplus food, making the most of what is available
- Learning about preserving food by dehydration
- A focused session with our Nutritionist
Wednesday 22nd September 10am-1pm
Wednesday 29th September 10am-1pm
Wednesday 6th October 10am-1pm
Wednesday 13th October 10am-1pm
Covid-19 safety measures
This class takes place after 19th July when social distancing rules and other covid-related regulations are removed. If new restrictions are announced, we will adapt our procedures according to the latest government guidelines and any updates will be sent by email and listed on our website. Our Kitchen space continues to be kept to a very high standard of cleaning and hygiene regardless.
Note: If you are Clinically Extremely Vulnerable, current government advice recommends avoiding contact with unvaccinated people. Please note small venues cannot request or guarantee the vaccination status of everyone attending events, so please take this into consideration.
This course will likely run again over the next year, further details will be announced on our website and in our email newsletters.
This project is funded by The Big Lottery Community Fund and is part of a national project Ready, Healthy, Eat led by The Real Farming Trust and working with organisations in Edinburgh, Waltham Forest and Belfast.
Please complete the form below to apply for a space on this course. If your application is successful we will respond to you around 2 weeks before the start of the course.
Please be sure to check your spam folder when looking out for a reply from us about your application.
We ask for a £5 donation per session (suggested), depending what you can afford. Speak to us if cost is a barrier. Payments can be made in cash at each session.
For any questions contact:
Tash Adu, Community Kitchen Project Support
email@example.com / 01273 234810
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The Community Kitchen, Queens Road, Brighton, UK