The organisers say:
“Sharing food with strangers is one of the nicest ways to spread happiness. And if the food is free, and has been saved from going to waste, it makes it even tastier!
Inspired and supported by the People’s Kitchen (Passing Clouds, Dalston, thepeopleskitchen.org), Brixton People’s Kitchen collects food surplus from local shops and markets, invites local people to cook together, and welcomes everyone to enjoy a delicious meal with each other.
We are starting out this month, so come down to Myatt’s, sample some tasty food, and add your ideas to the joyful stew we are cooking.
WAYS YOU CAN HELP MAKE IT HAPPEN:
1 Donate food: any surplus food from local houses, gardens, parks and businesses will be welcome. Any fruits, vegetables, salads and herbs, canned and dried foods, pulses and grains that you might have available will be welcome.
2 Cook: if you can chop, pick, stir, peel and wash, grate, serve or smile, you’re in!
3. Eat: join the communal table and make new friends. Food will be served up on a donations basis. Put what you can or will into the pot. If you have donated food, fee free to eat for free!
If you want to donate food or volunteer, get in touch: ring or text: 07810 2088879, email firstname.lastname@example.org