Previously run by The Braillists Foundation, join LOOK every Wednesday at 6pm for all things accessible cooking, from safety in the kitchen, product demonstrations + baking cook-alongs.
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18/11/20: Cooking with Mulled Wine
Join us in the Zoom Kitchen this week where Michelle will be talking about cooking with mulled wine!
21/10/20: Kitchen Confidence
Wishing you could whip up something delicious for dinner but unsure where to start? Find frying a bit frightening? Want to use the hob instead of the microwave, but worried about getting out of your comfort zone?
Do you want to get more confident in the kitchen but feel like there’s something holding you back? The Clever Cooks are here to help. At our Kitchen Confidence session, bring us your questions or concerns, and we’ll help you feel empowered and equipped with hints and tips from the group, getting you ready to try something new.
14/10/20: In conversation with Kim Jaye, a visually impaired chef.
Visually impaired chef Kim Jaye will be talking about some of her recipes, accessible kitchen equipment and her techniques as a VI chef. Kim Jaye has written two large print recipe books (with all profits going to RNIB) and has also made many recipe videos to promote confidence and ability in the kitchen amongst the VI community. You can find out more about Kim, here.
07/10/20: Hearty Vegetable Soup
Gather your ingredients together to cook nourishing vegetable soup with us this Wednesday – a perfect winter warmer for those cold rainy days.
- 1 bag (450g) of red split lentils
- 4 x Vegetable stock cubes
- 450g Swede
- 450g Carrots
- 2 Leeks
- 1 tbsp oil
- Mixed herbs to taste
- a large saucepan
- a chopping board
- a sharp knife for chopping
- a wooden spoon
- a colander to rinse and drain the lentils
This week we’re talking…shopping. Online delivery supermarket slots are being snapped up yet again and panic buying has commenced ahead of a rumoured national second lockdown.
How do you do your food shop? Are you an online delivery consumer or do you prefer going to the shop in person? Do you stick to the supermarkets or are you on first name terms with your local butcher and grocer?
How do you create your shopping list and keep track of what’s running low? Do you prefer to do your own shopping or have help from others? Which are the most accessible online supermarket sites that you’ve found?