If pizza dough is a problem, Convivial Kitchen is the answer!

12 May, 2015 at 1:22 pm Leave a comment

Dear Transitioners, The Convivial Kitchen is an initiative that brings people together to learn new cooking, preparing and preserving skills in a fun and collaborative environment. We have been meeting to discuss our favorite recipes to share with like-minded folk who are interladlingested in learning to cook healthy, seasonal, delicious, low-cost food. Beginning this month we will offer monthly cooking sessions where you come along and learn a new recipe, make the food together and then eat it. We will also make time to share little food tips. At this first class we will learn 2 pizza dough recipes and how to make your own pesto while we still have a few bunches of basil growing in our garden. Yum! First Session: Saturday May 30th At DIVRS* kitchen 2-4pm Cost $10 If you would like to get involved, or do a cooking demonstration and share the recipe, please RSVP to Tiffany  on 0490 373 906 or at tiffany.motherme@gmail.com Check out the flyer below for further details. We’d love you to come and join us. Regards, Melina, Tiffany and Rachel (Convivial Kitchen organising team)

For flyer click here Convivial Kitchen Flyer

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