This tasty recipe is from the Unicorn recipe booklet produced to raise funds for St Bride’s Destitution Project in Old Trafford. It features recipes from the refugees they support, and is on sale in Unicorn.
The ‘taste before beauty’ campaign aims to highlight the avoidable food waste that is created when supermarkets reject large amounts of food because it is not cosmetically perfect.
Food Futures Forum meeting on Food Poverty with speakers from Public Health Manchester, Lifeshare, Greater Manchester Poverty Commission and Real Food Wythenshawe.
Manchester Friends of the Earth invites you to join us to learn more about how climate change will impact food production and how the food we buy, grow and eat can make a difference. Dr Alice Bows co-author of the … Continue reading
This season’s recipe from MFoE co-ordinator and Love Your Bike campaigner Pete Preparation and cooking time 30 minutes. Temperature and timings are for a fan-assisted electric oven, quantities for a 10 inch baking tin. Pastry base • 7oz flour (wholemeal, … Continue reading
Over-fishing has left our fish stocks so depleted that they can only meet our needs for six months of the year. This means we have to take fish from other seas and other fishing communities around the world, thus putting … Continue reading
As you may have heard, we’re expanding our ‘learn to cook’ course this year. We’ve set an ambitious goal of teaching 100+ more people how to cook, for free, and we’d love your help. We’d appreciate your company… ideas… organisational skills… … Continue reading
British bees are vital to our food supply and economy. But their numbers have declined dramatically. Today Friends of the Earth are launching The Bee Cause so that together we can help save British bees.
This Sunday Manchester City Council is hosting its fantastic annual Women’s Day event at the Town Hall, and Manchester Friends of the Earth have been invited along!