You may remember that a couple of years ago, I did a cookery demonstration for Go Green Week. You can see the video of what I got up to here. Well this year, I am doing another one for the students where I work at the University of Worcester.
This year, the theme of my cookery demonstration is how to use up leftovers. A video is going to be made of it again so you can see it on the blog soon. I am still trying to decide what to cook for the students and I really need your help with the following questions:
What did you have leftover in your fridge when you were a student?
What kind of things did you or would you cook with them?
I only have two gas rings to cook with so please keep this is mind. I am producing a recipe leaflet for the students so will add in any recipes that need a grill or an oven there.
Your help in this is greatly appreciated as always.
PS: You can follow all the action on Twitter using the hashag #fridgeraid
Next week is Go Green Week (7-14th February) which is a student action week set up by People and Planet to raise awareness of climate change. This year’s theme is ‘Love Your Future, Love Your Climate’, as it falls so close to Valentine’s Day. What does this have to do with food I hear you ask?
Well, it is estimated that halving your meat and dairy consumption could take 10% off each person’s Carbon footprint. (Source: People and Planet) To encourage students to eat more local fruit and vegetables, I have been asked by the University of Worcester (where I work) to do a cookery demonstration to students and staff showing them what they cook with our fantastic local fruit and vegetables.
This has made me quite nervous as it is my first ever live solo cookery demonstration. I do not have other people around me, like when I did the Masterchef Experience at the BBC Good Food Show here and here, and I do not have the ability to edit, like I did when I made my first cookery video a couple of weeks ago. However, I have decided to give it ago and I will be making (with fruit and vegetables kindly supplied by Worcester Produce) the following:
- Vegetable Curry and Naan Bread
- Roman style Vegetable Pizzas
- Caramel Apple Meringues
I am hoping that someone will be able to video the event for me so that you can all see the demonstration too. I will be putting my recipes and pictures up as soon as I can after the event. If you would like to more information about what else the University of Worcester is doing to celebrate Go Green Week, please see here. If anyone has any tips for doing cookery demonstrations that would help a complete novice, it would be greatly apperciated.
Please do not forget that I am having a give-away of a Forman and Field hamper, which you can receive in time for Valentine’s Day. More information is here.
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