Christmas recipe ideas #1 – Everyone’s kitchen

“It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas!” 🎵 Yes … It is coming soon! At Everyone’s kitchen, the Adult cooking group we have experimented a few recipes! We hope you will try and enjoy them as much as we did. Menu of the day Butternut and chestnut soup served with bread Cinnamon rolls ChristmasContinue reading “Christmas recipe ideas #1 – Everyone’s kitchen”

Bean chilli jacket potato and apple, rhubarb crumble are on the Menu! -Everyone’s kitchen

When we arrived at the garden this morning (03/12/20) everything was white! It was lovely to see the garden covered with crispy frost. That didn’t stop us from enjoying a warm, healthy and home cooked meal! Bean chilli jacket potato served with green salad Apple and rhubarb crumble Harvest of the day: Chilli, parsley, lettuceContinue reading “Bean chilli jacket potato and apple, rhubarb crumble are on the Menu! -Everyone’s kitchen”

Add colours into your cooking: make a curry! Everyone’s kitchen

Photos taken by Urszula, an enthusiastic chef, and Nadege, project worker The days are getting shorter and darker but here is an easy way to brighten them up! Make a lovely curry, easy, economic and with loads of flavour. We had good fun harvesting, experimenting a new recipe with our cooking groups, roasting and plantingContinue reading “Add colours into your cooking: make a curry! Everyone’s kitchen”

Don’t know what to cook on a rainy day? Everyone’s kitchen to the rescue!

Today the weather wasn’t good enough to have to barbecue set up outside but we still had a great (warm) session full of colours and vegetables! Want to join the cooking group? See contact below! Today’s menu was Spring rolls with edible flowers (see our previous blogpost!) Served with coleslaw Energy balls Coleslaw We harvestedContinue reading “Don’t know what to cook on a rainy day? Everyone’s kitchen to the rescue!”

Winter minestrone soup on the barbeque – Everyone’s kitchen

Autumn is a perfect time to enjoy cabbages, kales and other green vegetables! Today we have decided to make a Winter Minestrone and coconut macaroons. Even if we enjoyed them, we still need to master our coconut macaroons recipe as it was too crumbly! We have been harvesting quite a lot for this session: Rosemary,Continue reading “Winter minestrone soup on the barbeque – Everyone’s kitchen”

Ready for a spooky menu? Everyone’s kitchen

What a great sunny day to have our Halloween menu! Menu of the day Pumpkin’s head served with blood soaked rice  Gooey brains on a stick served with the witch’s brew Recipes Stuffed pumpkin served with beetroot rice The trick to make quick stuffed small pumpkins is to boil them for at least 10 min.  OnceContinue reading “Ready for a spooky menu? Everyone’s kitchen”

Fancy a healthy snack easy and fun to make? Spring rolls are a great choice.,

It was a rainy cooking group so we have decided to take it inside and give the barbeque a rest! Spring rolls are a great healthy snack, easy to make and it will please everyone! It can be gluten free, plant-based, soya free, pescatarian… Choose what to put inside and experiment! For this cooking sessionContinue reading “Fancy a healthy snack easy and fun to make? Spring rolls are a great choice.,”

What’s for lunch today? Everyone’s kitchen 23/10

Between the rain and the sun, we didn’t know where to cook today! But we ended up having a great time and here are some recipes we are sharing we you. From the garden we have used: tomatoes, lettuce, thyme and parsley! Menu of the day Baked cauliflower burger with roasted peppers served with bruntContinue reading “What’s for lunch today? Everyone’s kitchen 23/10”

Everyone’s kitchen – The Adult cooking group

Setting up an extra day for the cooking group you said? Sure! On top of Fridays, we are so happy to offer you another chance to join this group on Thursdays from 11pm to 1pm. (Free, booking essential) It is exciting to get together, to harvest vegetables, fruits and herbs from the garden that weContinue reading “Everyone’s kitchen – The Adult cooking group”

We have tried Dandelion honey for you!

It is the perfect time of the year to forage dandelions. They are everywhere and contain many benefits for your health including Vitamin C and antioxidants. it’s an amazing substitute if you are plant based or if you want to include more wild flowers to your diet. When going foraging, try to go on aContinue reading “We have tried Dandelion honey for you!”