People's Kitchen often compliments fundraising events at the Sumac Centre, with extra funds raised to benefit the benefit. If you would like to hold a fundraising event, including a People's Kitchen meal, please email sumaccafe[at]riseup.net.
During the summer break a collective of 13 Sumacers took the kitchen to Calais and cooked twice a day for 200 people without papers, as part of Calais Migrant Solidarity. It was totally exhausting and also amazing. It wouldn't have been possible without money raised from People's Kitchen.
Please get involved - email us with your name, email address and phone number to be added to the volunteer list.
Roll up, roll up to volunteer for future Saturdays.
From chopping veg through to heading up the menu, there are hands-on opportunities at every level for anyone wishing to find out more about vegan cookery. 'Chefs', cookery assistants, serfs and washers-up welcome - guidance given!
1st Dec: Maple mustard glazed potatoes, Sweet potato casserole, Green bean or carrot casserole, Hummous and toasted pittas, Coriander and red onion garnish.Also warm spicy mulled cider and a range of lovely cakes.
- raising money for Calais Migrant Solidarity.
* Note some of the linked recipes vary from what we actually cook ourselves and are given as a guide to vegan cookery ideas.
Nottingham Anarchist Black Cross will be hosting People's Kitchen on the last Saturday of each month. As well as providing a delicious vegan meal, they will be providing reading material, advice on writing letters to prisoners, and postcards to sign and post to those unlucky enough to be doing time.
Other past events have included a special fundraiser for Refs4Pets a project to place the pets of women involved with Women's Aid with foster families while they are found new accommodation. If you would like to get involved, give Sarah at Women's Aid a call on 0115 9348487 or email email@example.com. See info at Notts Indymedia
Guest Chef, John Blonde, from the Iona School in Sneinton, sometimes creates an adult variation of a regular favourite from the school.
Month by month Veggies' nights may feature Creamy Pea Soup, Chickpea & Mushroom Curry, Party Pizza, Tofu Scramble, Hoisin Tortilla Wraps, Chocolate Cupcakes &/or Berry Fool, in addition to recipes from the Veggies Scoffer recipe book
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from webspace provided by Veggies Catering Campaign, who are not responsible for the activities listed.