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Festive Recipes 2015

People tell me that preparing a Christmas meal is the most stressful meal they make all year. Statistics show that Britons waste over 65 million pounds of  perfectly edible food over the Festive period It doesn’t have to be like that! Here are recipes for some of the delicious alternatives to a traditional Christmas meal that I’ll […]

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Pan Indian Cookery Tour -Recipes

Here are some recipes from our culinary journey across India. Our exploration starts with the most popular South Indian breakfast of Idli Sambar, a rice flour dumpling with peppery lentil soup and coconut chutney. Moving up the East coast snack on Bhel Puri, Mumbai’s favourite street food, puffed rice salad with tamarind dressing. Crossing inland to the […]

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Lewes Bread Club Uprising

From May 2nd 2015 we will be baking weekly from our base at the Lewes Community Kitchen. Our intention is to slowly and steadily grow into a full time community run bakery. We are inviting our friends and supporters to a consultation lunch on Saturday 18 April This is a chance to find out more about the club, […]

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Big Park Grand Opening – Fruity Recipes

Today was the opening of Peacehaven’s Big Park Project. The event was super busy on a sunny spring day and I had a ball cooking a fruity menu for a very appreciative and charming crowd.  Our partner organisation Brighton Permaculture Trust were planting shelter trees to protect the new community orchard. Here are the Big Park Fruity […]

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Seedy Sunday Recipes 2015

Our favourite demonstration event of the winter is undoubtedly Seedy Sunday Brighton, the UK’s biggest and longest-running community seed swap event, taking place on Sunday 1st February 2015, 10.30 – 4.30 at Brighton’s Corn Exchange. More information at www.seedysunday.org Download Seedy Sunday menu and recipes 2015

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Gujarati Thali – Feeding body and soul

Last week I had a great time creating a Gujarati feast with a large group of students. While I love most Indian food, it is the cuisine of this incredible region which most nourishes me. This is why: On the winding path of self discovery, meandering down a busy street in Delhi, I met an old friend […]

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