Friends of the Earth Malta together with Healthylicious will be hosting a Sustainable Cooking Workshop on Saturday, 7th Dec from 9:30-12:30. The workshop will be held at St. Elias College, Misrah Santa Venera, St. Venera, Malta. Kindly arrive at 09:15 to settle in as the class will begin on time.
This cooking workshop can host up to 20 participants and you will learn how to cook with seasonal, local and homegrown ingredients. This is a vegetarian workshop but Stefania will be offering vegan alternatives for people to alter the recipe at home.
Your chef Stefania will be teaching you how to make the following menu on the day:
- Orange and Almond Cake
- Mince Pies
Complementary drinks including infused waters (using fresh, local, seasonal fruit and home-grown herbs), teas and coffees (organic & fair trade) will be offered to participants throughout the activity. Participants will need to bring an apron if they have one and a pen.
Agenda of the day
09:15 – Registration
09:30 – Presentation on sustainable food and farming and discussion
09:45 – Cooking Workshop of Orange and Almond Cake and Mince Pies
12:00 – Informal discussion on food and agriculture and enjoying our baked goods
12:30 – End of session
Learn more about our campaign, sustainable food and farming, and how policies influence the food we eat HERE.
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This project is co-financed by the Ministry for Education and Employment (MEDE) and the Parliamentary Secretary for Youth, Sport and Voluntary Organisation.