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.
Topic: health and safety
Provides an insight into the process of developing a breakfast club at every stage from set-up to sustainability in current policy climate. Poses important questions and shares practical solutions to problems that others have encountered
Discussion of cooking skills courses attended by practitioners who were about to set up courses, were already doing so or were keen to build on previous work in the field.
Report of the Scottish Community Diet Project’s seminar on breakfast clubs held on 4 August 1999 in Glasgow.
A report detailing the experiences of the Scottish Community Diet Project development officer and two local community food activist who attended the conference Crossing Borders – Food and Agriculture in the Americas, which took place in Toronto, Canada in June 1999.
Highlights the work of an intervention instigated by Greater Glasgow NHS Board, Scottish Community Diet Project and Scottish Healthy Choices Award Scheme which aimed to increase healthy eating choices in 13 community cafes in Glasgow