It's our first post in a while, and it's a good one! Our new Hosting project leader Lucy volunteered as part of the team that cooked for the 1625IP SleepOut. A bunch of us could not make this mid-week triumph so we asked her to tell us all about it! “What does it need… what… Continue reading 1625IP SleepOut – Cooking at Night
I am obsessed with bananas, not even because I really like eating them (they’re okay and liven up my porridge –plus banana smoothies). But mostly I’m obsessed because they are one of the UK’s most wasted food, with 1.3 million bananas chucked out every single day in the UK. I see preventing this waste as…… Continue reading Brilliant Banana Bread for Baby Bank
Exams are over, coursework is in and the sun is shining. As another academic year comes to an end, we are saying goodbye to some of the FoodCycle 2013-2014 managers (including myself…). We thought it would be a great idea to give ourselves, our volunteers, guests, donators, collaborators and supporters a pat on the back…… Continue reading FoodCycle Funlights
On A glorious late summer day, the Community outreach project were given the honor of a spot at Fusic Festival, celebrating locally produced food and some local music talent. http://thebathmag.co.uk/fusic-festival-fun/ “Our aim is to fuse together the community of Bath through an original event showcasing youth talent and food culture, in support of Julian House.”…… Continue reading The Community Outreach Tent @ Fusic Festival
This month we joined our friends at Feeding the 5000 and FareShare SW at Bristol’s most delightfully delicious and wonderfully waste saving event to kick off the summer. The sunshine graced us with its presence and 4,324 people enjoyed a yummy curry made from surplus food that otherwise would have gone to waste. College Green…… Continue reading Feed the 5000!
On a Chilly Sunday, all volunteers and guests to the kitchen were invited to go for a beautiful ride along the Bristol to Bath cycle path, followed by… a Food-cycle lunch of course!