Thursday evening saw the third of the six weekly community classes we're running at The Angel Centre in Salford alongside social enterprise Social adVentures. The Cook 4 Life sessions are all about sharing our tips on how to cook healthy meals that are also flavoursome and inexpensive, and it's been going well.
In the latest session, Cracking Cook Kim from Islington Mill Cafe showed the group how to make stew and dumplings - a proper winter warmer! Everyone loved it and said they would be making it at the weekend as it was so tasty and cheap to make. It's great when we hear that our class participants try out what they've learnt when they're back at home.
These classes run for another three weeks until 8 March 2012. For more information, contact: firstname.lastname@example.org and/or email@example.com.
You can see more photographs from this session and also from the first two in the series on the CGF Facebook page: visit http://www.facebook.com/crackinggoodfood