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Please send us your favourite tried and tested recipes! I am starting by posting ones we have used at the Pavilion, including those from the Intercultural Food Nights.

There will soon be a Hackbridge Community Cookbook - see link below for details.

Jo

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Community Cookbook

Hackbridge Community Cookbook recipes now published! Selection packs being delivered to 2500 local households!

Arabic Chicken

Banana Bread

Beef Groundnut Soup

Carrot Cake

Chocolate and Banana Cake

Chorizo Lasagne

Courgette Omlette

Courgette Soup

Fruity Flapjacks

Foodsmart Lunchbox

Italian Chicken Pasta

Lemon Cheesecake

Malt Loaf

Mince Mash

Moroccan Soup

'Nougat' Flapjack Bars

Pasta Salad

Potato Boats

Roberta's Wraps

Sausage and Bacon Pasta

Shortbread

Thai Fishcakes

Walrus Salad

West African Curry

Wholemeal Bread

(Some of these recipes also appear on our World of Food pages, but have been checked over to make sure they are as healthy as possible without compromising on tastiness!)

Discussion Forum

Intercultural Food Nights

Started by Stephen Edwards Apr 3, 2012. 0 Replies

Please tell me more about the intercultural food nights!I am planning a Food and Community Fair on Saturday 7th July at Sutton Ecology Centre Gardens in collaboration with Sutton Racial Equality…Continue

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Comment by Jo Simister on July 14, 2013 at 10:31
Some good budget family recipes at http://www.bbc.co.uk/food/recipes/search?programmes[]=b036x3pv
Comment by Jo Simister on November 7, 2012 at 16:30

interesting food critic write-up of Carshalton Boys lunches by Giles Coren at http://www.thetimes.co.uk/tto/magazine/article3575908.ece.... pity you have to be a subscriber, but basically very positive and very encouraging for the school.

Comment by Jo Simister on October 23, 2012 at 21:31

just found this wonderful selection of historical recipes

Comment by Jo Simister on October 7, 2012 at 19:19

Just added our Green Tomato Chutney from this morning to the recipe pages. It's a classic sweet sour fruity recipe and we added 2 green chillies to make it hot too!

Comment by Jo Simister on September 29, 2012 at 14:01

Chutney making session -green tomatoes - 9.30am at the Pavilion on Saturday 6th Oct - please indicate if you would like to join in!

Comment by Jo Simister on April 3, 2012 at 15:37

Hi Steve, we had Big Lottery funding for a series of events at the Pavilion, and one stream was quarterly intercultural food&activity nights - Arabic, Thai, West African, Spanish, Chinese.... Welsh..  I can't just remember them all. They were very popular!

If you look at www.bedzedpavilion.org I think you can find links to the people who helped e.g. dance tutors etc.

Comment by Jo Simister on February 23, 2012 at 11:02

just come across this useful link about using food - food myths that can waste money throwing out food which is ok!

 

Comment by HB Network Editors on December 12, 2011 at 19:36

A lot of the recipes will not be completely our own, but adapted from someone else - it's OK to say 'adapted from...- or 'inspired by....' or add the URL. And if it's a recipe from a friend it's good to give them the credit!

Comment by Georgina Dawkins on December 12, 2011 at 10:28

I will definitely contribute my fave recipes.  However I didn't devise them myself - how should we reference other people's recipes?

 
 
 

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