Entries by Leigh Sheridan

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Goodbye For Now

So here it is, my last ever blog for Can Cook. It’s been a wonderful, eye-opening two years working for the team and on this, my last day, I’d like to share a few things I’ve learned along the way. Just Do It When we look at some of the biggest issues facing our country, […]

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Definition: Reactive

Definitions are a funny thing. You could ask a hundred people to define the same term and you’d likely get a hundred different answers. Ask a friend for the definition of spring and they’d tell you it’s their favourite season, ask a five-year-old and they’ll say it’s what makes their trampoline so bouncy. When it […]

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Today

Today. There exists a UK-approved international treaty that recognises the right to ‘nutritionally adequate and safe food for every individual.’ We know that today, due to unprecedented levels of UK poverty, this right is not upheld. We could support this claim by publishing a vast array of figures and statistics, but I don’t think we […]

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Cordon Gris!

At Can Cook, we’ve been catering for older people across the Liverpool City Region for almost 2 years. Our COOKED chilled meals-on-wheels service delivers fresh, delicious meals to our customers each week; providing a much-needed service for dozens of individuals across Merseyside. As a catering provision and anti-food poverty social enterprise, Can Cook is resolute […]

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Processing the Processed

Almost three weeks into 2017, let’s check how our new year’s resolutions are coming along. We’ve dodged the temptation of the Saturday night takeaway twice, we’ve learned what to do with kale, and the house has been transformed into a chocolate-free zone (mainly because all the Christmas goodies have already been scoffed by our less […]

Leigh Sheridan

  Somehow we all believe ourselves to be masters of our own ships and controllers of our own future. We imagine that the paths to where we’re going will be as linear and uninterrupted as we hoped they’d be the moment we decided to create them. For better or worse, that’s rarely the case. Once […]