London-based Cookery School at Little Portland Street is teaming up with premium small domestic kitchen appliance brand, Magimix, to show you how to reduce food waste while saving money at the same time. The first ‘Waste Matters’ class in collaboration with Magimix will be taking place on the evening of Wednesday 15 May at the cookery school’s kitchen just two minutes from Oxford Circus.
The class will teach you how make a series of delicious, sustainable and easy dishes and provide tips on how to reduce your food waste and become more eco-friendly in the kitchen. During the class, you will be able to get your hands on Magimix’s iconic food processor, which will help you save time as well food. The highly praised and professional range of food processors will leave you stress free when preparing food, whether you’re slicing, chopping, blending or kneading – there is really no need for any other machine on your kitchen counter.
The Magimix food processor is no throw-away product. They are built better to last longer and come with a 30-year motor guarantee, which helps to reduce the waste on landfills. The entire food processor range is Quiet Mark approved, meaning they are designed to combat noise pollution, so no need to worry about straining to hear class instructions over a noisy motor.
Cookery School at Little Portland Street conducted a survey to find out exactly which ingredients people end up throwing away on a regular basis; including bread, potato and bananas. Using the findings from the survey, the cookery school devised this class, in partnership with Magimix, to provide inspiration on how to re-purpose these ingredients to produce tasty food that you want to eat. In the same way that we have all learnt how to recycle, this class is aimed at showing how easy it is to avoid food waste.
As part of the class you will learn how to make a number of dishes from soups to pasta bakes, potato cakes, and sweet treats. At the end of the class, you will sit down to enjoy a delicious meal that you have made from food that would otherwise have been wasted, accompanied by a glass of wine.
Official Link: https://www.cookeryschool.co.uk/classes/waste-matters/