12 January 2012
Plotting the future
On Saturday 7 January, the Riverbank Community Cafe and Market Garden Project had a gathering to celebrate its re-launch. The Cracking Good Food team was there to provide healthy cooking tips, and Cracking Cook Kim, who runs Islington Mill Cafe, demonstrated how to whip up a tasty stir-fry using ingredients that could be grown on the plot and harvested in the summer.
The hidden gem is situated behind the Co-op near Hardy Lane and is tenderly cared for by local residents of the Mersey Bank Estate with help from the Riverbank project team, funded by Manchester City Council's Carbon Innovation Fund.
Cracking Good Food will be cooking there on four more occasions. If you would like to get involved in the cooking, the growing, or both, then please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.