Square Food Foundation announces events for Bristol Food Connections

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Cookery School and Community Kitchen Square Food Foundation (SFF) has announced an exciting programme of events that it will be delivering during Bristol’s Food Connections Festival from 1st-11th May 2014.

Square Food Foundation works with groups across Bristol to showcase how cooking can change people’s lives. “Everyone we meet understands that cooking and eating are universal levellers; tools in connecting people, a starting point for conversations and that improving skills gives choices. At SFF we teach people from all walks of life to cook good food from scratch; masterclasses subsidise our community cooking programme — and in doing this we bridge the gap, this feels uniquely Bristol”, says Barny Haughton, Founder & Director of Square Food Foundation.

Kicking off their activity at Bristol’s Food Connections Festival, SFF are locating their team to St George’s Hall to cook dinner for finalists and VIPs of BBC Radio 4’s Food & Farming Awards. Barny and his team of chefs (including adults and children from SFF’s community classes) will be cooking a feast showcasing ingredients from those nominated for the awards.

Other bespoke SFF activities during the Food Connections Festival include:

FREE Bread making classes
Tuesday 6th May
SFF’s teaching kitchens in Knowle West
Open to anyone who fancies learning how to make perfect pizza and the lightest loaves in a friendly, hands-on setting.
Book tickets by emailing info@squarefoodfoundation.co.uk.

From Field to Fork – Farm Trail
Wednesday 7th May
A one-day workshop that starts at Fernhill Farm near Compton Martin and ends at SFF’s teaching kitchens. Join SFF and the Better Food Company on a journey from farm to kitchen with a butchery demo and plenty of hands-on cookery.
Book tickets by visiting www.betterfood-sheep.eventbrite.co.uk.

Heads Up: Supporting cooking in the National Curriculum
6pm – 8pm, Thursday 8th May
SFF’s teaching kitchens in Knowle West
To launch their Primary Schools Project, SFF invites Bristol’s Primary Head Teachers to a twilight session – where they’ll hear from two partner schools about how Square Food Foundation has helped them understand how to make September’s School Food Plan work for them.
To join this session email info@squarefoodfoundation.co.uk.

Launch of ‘The Marketplace at The Park’
11am – 4pm, Friday 9th May
The Park, Knowle West
To launch The Marketplace at The Park, SFF and The Park Community Centre are joining forces to bring you an array of locally grown and produced food and crafts from a selection of local traders. Barny will be cooking up a storm in a wood fired oven with bread workshops happening throughout the day. There’ll be food, drink and entertainment as well as plenty of goodies to buy and sample. Join SFF that evening from 6pm for homemade pizza, straight from their outdoor oven and a glass of wine.
Find out more on the Bristol Food Connections website.

You can find out more about the programme of events, timings, locations and how to get tickets from SFF’s blog.

 

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