This Friday, 14th December 2012,
something very exciting is happening in Cambridge and you are invited to join in a very exclusive and unique Pop-Up Supperclub in the heart of our City...
If you haven’t heard of FoodCycle, then where have you been?... FoodCycle is a national charity, which combines volunteers, reclaimed food and a free kitchen space to create nutritious meals for people in need in the community. The Cambridge centre is based at St Pauls Church on Hills Road and I have helped cook a few Saturdays this year which has been great fun.
You can read all about my first kitchen session here.
I have also been involved in some fundraising for FoodCycle with The Secluded Tea Party, where I hosted an Alice in Wonderland inspired tea party in the
middle of the woods for my birthday,
of which you can read about here.
Join Zoe and the fantastic FoodCycle Cambridge Team for a fundraising 3 course banquet, with music, cooking demos and even a raffle at Stickybeaks Coffee Shop on Hobson Street.
It's lined up to be a really exciting night. Doors open at 7.30pm, with Stickybeaks preparing 3 festive courses which sound delicious,
check out the menu as follows:
Canapés and mulled wine
Winter Squash and Chestnut Soup
with Artisan Bread
Festive Filo Pies
with North African Cous Cous
Banana and Amaretti Trifle
with a Spiced Christmas Biscuit.
The food demo will be a very informal chance to pick up some festive baking skills on arrival. There will be a wonderfully Christmassy atmosphere, with music, decorations and crackers.
They also have some great donations for the raffle from the Cambridge Fudge Kitchen, Nana Mexico, Urban Larder and Limoncello.
Tickets for this event are £25 per person and £15 for volunteers.
To book, simply visit: www.uk.virginmoneygiving.com/cambsfoodcycle
People can email Zoe directly for more information
I’m gutted that I can’t make this Friday personally, however, I
have agreed to help them with an Easter event for 2013,
so very exciting news to follow very soon : )
Miss Sue Flay