A recipe for cooking up the feel-good factor in the local community was on show in Bramley at the weekend. Local resident Debby Dean was there…
Take a handful of dedicated allotmenteers from the ‘Bramley Grows’ group, add some of their produce harvested from Hayley’s Field Allotments, Bramley, throw in a dash of food items saved from landfill and distributed via The Real Junk Food Project’s new central storage space in Pudsey and finish off with a liberal sprinkling of people from the surrounding area.
Place together in Bramley Lawn Social Centre, leave for the day and watch the magic happen!
On Sunday, 4th September, members of the community cooked up assorted pasta sauces, soups, fresh bread, chutney and fruit crumbles. Everything was free or PAYF to take home and enjoy.
As an aperitif there was also an opportunity to take part in a scarecrow making workshop for Bramley’s first ever scarecrow trail due to take place at the end of September.
And to finish off, the digestif took the form of a ‘Make Your Own Tincture’ table which proved to be very popular, providing an opportunity to experiment with different ingredients to create infused gin and vodka creations.
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