Plate Up for Fife (2-part workshop)
Leading up to COP26, we want to look at how we can make more climate-friendly food choices. Join us for our Plate Up for Fife workshop programme where we will focus on two themes:
- Workshop 1: reducing our food waste on Tuesday 26th October 6pm – 8pm. We will make homemade vegetable stock and savoury bread and butter pudding.
- Workshop 2: eating locally and seasonally on Tuesday 2nd November 6pm-8pm. We will make parsnip, fennel and apple soup and roasted vegetables.
We’ll also be talking about ways we can reduce our meat and dairy consumption, reduce packaging and eat healthily. It’s important to attend both workshops in our Lang Spoon Community Kitchen, 8 East Fergus Place, Kirkcaldy.
We’ll be trying out recipes using local and seasonal food, and our Community Chef Iain will demonstrate skills for using up leftovers and reducing food waste. There will be lots of information to share about the workshop topics to help generate discussion and have fun learning from each other!
Please bring some containers to take home your food. If you have any dietary requirements or allergies, please let us know when you are booking.
The workshop will take place at Greener Kirkcaldy, 8 East Fergus Place, Kirkcaldy, KY1 1XT.
There is disabled parking on site and The Lang Spoon Community Kitchen is wheelchair and mobility friendly.
Plate Up for Fife is part of Climate Action Fife – a Fife-wide partnership project, bringing together individuals, communities, local government and businesses to tackle the climate emergency. It is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund’s Climate Action Fund.
The event is free but booking is required as places are limited. Book your place on Eventbrite using the link below.
If you have any problems booking, or any questions, please phone 01592 858458 or email firstname.lastname@example.org