Updated: Nov 14
In the summer, a group of adventurous school families volunteered to take part in a freshly cooked evening meal trial, prepared by Richard Murray and his team. The meals were collected at the end of the day and all the families had to do was heat the meals up. The feedback was amazing, and the meals proved to be a great success.
The Kickback Kitchen (named by the volunteering families) will be back starting next Tuesday 15th November, one night per week to the whole school. They will start by serving up a luscious lasagne for you to collect at the end of the school day.
Kickback Kitchen has been set up by Richard Murray. He has love of food and its source and, along with his team, they have set up a not-for-profit, Community Interest Company, to develop his ideas and ensure any surplus food goes back into the community. They have lots of food experience and all the important knowledge of food allergies and safe kitchen processes.
If you would like to make life a little easier for yourselves, please register your interest https://mailchi.mp/forgottenfoods/ijs-sign-up-page