This is postponed to Sun 31st because of the weather. MichaelForaging walk in KilburnSunday March 24th 2013 Pick and eat a fresh salad growing wild in Kilburn. We’ll do a group walk to identify and talk about as many wild edible leaves as we can find - from dandelion to cleavers, lesser celandine to nettles. We’ll end in a local pub eating a tasty freshly picked salad. The walk is for beginners and experienced foragers alike with an ethos of everyone sharing knowledge rather than an expert…See More
Sorry that you missed a fantastic breadmaking workshop. Sadly the baker has got a job out of London so we wont be able to run anymore workshops. If you are interested in breadmaking its well worth seeking out heritage flours as the…"
We pick fruit from local back gardens - apples, pears, plums etc and give it away to schools and community groups, make juice, jam or just eat it. All to save fruit from rotting on the ground. We make juice at festivals and on the street and have held jam and chutney making workshops. We have over 150 people on our mailing list, and have worked with groups such as Brent MIND, Kids Company and other mental health and learning disability organisations. We’ve trained 40 people to prune, lend out…See More
Would you like to learn how to make Falafel?The wonderful people at Spice Caravan will be running a workshop to teach you how to make your own falafel..2pm at the School Canteen - Salusbury Primary School, Salusbury RoadThere is limited space on this workshop - first 12 to send their names to book their places to firstname.lastname@example.orgSee More
Sorry that you missed a fantastic breadmaking workshop. Sadly the baker has got a job out of London so we wont be able to run anymore workshops. If you are interested in breadmaking its well worth seeking out heritage flours as the results are so much better than normal supermarket brands. Happy baking!