It was only a flying visit for me this Sunday in order to take pictures for the blog as well as help with washing up towards the end of the session.
Since the autumn arrived, the types of seasonal produce [...]Continue Reading →
This week we were given a lot of cavolo nero (in season!!), curly kale in both green and ****wait for it**** purple (very rare), broccoli, swiss chard (with lovely sweet, red stalks so prized by celebrity chefs), applies and a selection [...]Continue Reading →
This week’s donations were fewer – not that it was a problem – because the market we collected from was busier than usual. (We are, of course, very happy for our trader donors/supporters that trade was good!!) A good selection of vegetables were collected which included: potatoes (way hey!), savoy cabbages, carrots (the really tasty, [...]Continue Reading →
Yay! We are now back cooking at the Imperial College Student Union’s kitchen. Again, we are humbled by the generosity of the traders at Islington organic market. Large quantities of the otherwise very expensive and classy carvollo nero (a chard like vegetable much prized by Italians and celebrity chefs [...]Continue Reading →
Again, we only had limited kitchen facilities for this session but fear not, the creative, resourceful juice at FoodWorks floweth as ever. Generous quantities of potatoes, corn, plums, various soft herbs (basil and coriander), watercress, curly kale, red and yellow stemmed [...]Continue Reading →
This was our first session back at Imperial College after the summer break. Ankoor and Donat led the session. We were given generous quantities of curley kale (a leafy green rich in vitamin C), cauliflowers, sweetcorn still in their husks, potatoes and organic pears (not shown). [...]Continue Reading →
This was a spontaneous recipe on Sunday 12 July. We were given lots of young potatoes by the market traders. Now, with such young potatoes, there was no need to peel them (this also preserved the most nutrients); just scrubbing hard [...]Continue Reading →
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