Our ‘Don’t throw it out, throw it in’ Campaign is all about preventing and reducing food waste.We want to help people to make the most of the food that they buy – by storing ingredients correctly to make them last longer, educating on refridgeration and freezing leftovers and meals and giving people the inspiration to use up leftovers in different recipes…
Download the Teaching Liverpool to Cook Brief, Pledge Card and Sponsorship Information here…
Robbie Davison (Can Cook Director) gives his view on the importance of setting up quality social enterprises and why the definition of ‘Social Enterprise’ is still important.
Thank you to those who have visited us this year for Team Days, been involved in our Food Poverty/Teaching Liverpool to Cook Campaign and attended our many events!
As an early christmas gift – we would like to offer any organisation who makes a booking with us before Christmas a 20% discount on all our corporate offers for groups of 12 and above for dates in 2014.
It’s official… Teaching Liverpool to Cook: It’s all about Poverty has launched!
We had a brilliant day in the Studio last week as we ran our first Thai Cookery day in partnership with Thai Restaurant Chaophraya.
New to our programme this year, we are partnering with Lyn Heron of Flour Pot* Bakery to run a number of Cupcake Classes for both kids and adults!
We are excited to announce we will be running a day of Thai Cookery with Thai Restaurant Chaophraya on the 3rd August.
We had such a brilliant day yesterday at our Food Poverty conference – and want to thank everyone for coming along and making it a huge success…
We can’t wait to host the UKs first ‘Pop-Up’ Food Poverty Conference!
After a cake and baking filled few weeks – we get back to it with some really fun evening and weekend courses including ‘Simply Fish’, Street Foods, Cooking from Scratch and good old Indian!