This factsheet provides examples of how three youth groups were inspired by TV formats to create a friendly competitive environment to teach cookery skills.
Cooking and growing
Following consultation with young people in the North Glasgow area, these guidelines and healthy eating toolkit were developed. As well as advice for clubs on what they can do to improve the availability of healthier food in youth clubs, the guidelines include ideas on how to run healthy eating, growing, and cookery activities, with ideas …
This short report shows what 20 groups and agencies learnt and gained from running practical healthy eating activities and taking part in the REHIS Elementary Food and Health course
Munch Crunch 2 is a collection of simple recipes to encourage healthy eating and cooking.
This resource has been developed by North Ayrshire Community Food Workers to enable the delivery of individual workshops or sessions to community groups. It is a comprehensive guide to using the Recipe Book, Munch Crunch 2: Recipes for Change.
This fact sheet summarises information gathered from across Scotland on activities that ‘train the trainers’ to deliver healthy cookery and food preparation skills in low-income communities.
Since the Elementary Food and Health course was launched nationally in 2006, CFHS has delivered a targeted programme to promote it in low-income and excluded communities. This leaflet is a summary of this work.
The poaChing, Frying, masHing and roaSting recipe book is a compilation of tried and tested recipes contributed by community food initiatives in Scotland to improve take up of a healthy diet by building skills in cooking and preparing food.
A report from the Space to Grow seminar held in Stirling in April 2004 to discuss development and activities of community gardens and the range of benefits they can provide.
Useful leaflets giving information and recipes for cooking with berries.