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CooksForce


CooksForce is our award winning community cooking programme.

We run it in schools, community centres and at our own venue with a wide variety of abilities, ages and mixed groups
Please get in contact for more information and to see how we can work together: Cooksforce@be-enriched.org

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CooksForce (Contracted by London Borough of Southwark - 2018 - 2019)

Brixton People’s Kitchen delivered CooksForce, a 3-week cooking course funded by Southwark Council’s Public Health Department. The project was delivered in five different areas of the borough between 15th March 2018 and 10th April 2019 to a total of 73 participants. The course was open to both adults and children (over the age of 5). The aim was to feature and introduce a wide variety of healthy, nutritious and affordable
food. In addition to promote health and safety in the kitchen and increase participants general
confidence and cookery skills.
For this work we won a Sustain award for Women in food.
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Half term fun for Children and Adults (Funded by Furzedown Project - 2018)


In August half term, Monday 23rd to Thursday 26th October, Be Enriched ran CooksForce focused around teaching the skills to create healthy, low cost and delicious food from scratch to both adults and children (10+) of all cooking abilities. Each session covered a variety of cooking techniques such as pasta making from scratch, pastry and baking techniques, creating sauces and preparing and cooking fish and meat with a focus on thrifty cooking techniques and how to make a little go a long way. These sessions were funded by the Furzedown Project.
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Community CooksForce (Funded by the Evening Standard's Food for London Fund - 2017)


Be Enriched’s new project in 2017, CooksForce, officially launched!
CooksForce is a community cooking project designed to inspire good practices in the kitchen with a fresh food approach. The goal was to develop the basic cooking skills of people to enable them to make fresh, delicious, wholesome meals from scratch, at home and on a budget. The course aimed to get people thinking creatively about saving food from being wasted and used surplus food from local retailers in the practical sessions.
We worked with 8 community groups who worked with people affected by ill mental health, disablity, carers, older people and young people over the first 10 months.
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Shortlisted for a Community Award 2016

Finalist for Most Sustainable Street food Vendor and Innovation Awards 2016

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