Cookbook kitchen raises money for the Felix Project

Images above: Jo Pratt and her Flexible Family Cookbook

The Cookbook kitchen (formally Cookbook festival) are re-introducing their charity supper clubs on Thursday 12 November at the Airdale Bar at the Hogarth Health Club.

The money raised will go to the Felix Project, which stops food waste by collecting surplus food from retailers which is still fresh and nutritious but cannot be sold, and delivers it to charities and schools so they can provide healthy meals and help the most vulnerable in our society.

The Cookbook crew will also be celebrating the latest book produced by one of their own  –  Jo Pratt’s ‘Flexible Family cookbook’. The team will be cooking a delicious menu from the book and Jo will be chatting about her career and the new cookbook.

They promise a fun evening in COVID safe surroundings. Tables of up to 6 inside for single households and outdoor pods for up to 6 people for friends sharing tables.

Book tickets here: Eventbrite/celebration_supper_club

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See also: Jo Pratt’s recipes for Sweet & Sour meatballs and Chocolate brownies

See also: Chiswick School launches fundraising campaign to raise money for hungry children

 

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