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Noodle soup, fajitas and pasta on the menu for Barnard Castle youngsters
QUICK, tasty and cheap were the themes of a cookery course for young people in Barnard Castle.
The course, run by the Love Food project in its test kitchen at Woodleigh, for youngsters involved with the Teesdale YMCA was taught by Jane Sammells, of Curriculum Kitchen, North Yorkshire, who works with young people in schools.
Recipes on the teaching menu included noodle soup, pasta and meatballs, Spanish omelettes and fajitas.
Participants were given tips on how to modify recipes to suit their own tastes and shown how several different meals can be made from one basic recipe, by varying the ingredients.
Hazel Coppack, Love Food director, said: “The Teesdale YMCA is keen to help young people learn to cook basic meals using fresh ingredients and minimal equipment so that they can be more self sufficient when setting out on their own, into work or perhaps going to university.
“Our Love Food kitchen is the ideal place to do this as it provides a great environment for learning.”
For information about the test kitchen, call 07983-398402 or email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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