Face Food Facts

Bean came home last night with her new NVQ in something like quick, healthy cooking.

We always thought we might work together. Me doing my training thing. Bean doing the food in terms of five a day, in terms of a food rainbow, in terms of nutritional balance, reflecting the eat well plate.

I celebrate Bean’s achievements here.

I celebrate that her recipe is being cooked on a regular basis in a Community Kitchen and the diners say that they eat well.

i celebrate that she has taken one of my recipes into her classes and that Rich’s Brussels Omelette, from my tavels in time and Belgium (not sprouts) is being taught in the London Borough of Islington.

I celebrate the fact that other disadvantaged people who not necessarily the subject of disability equality are having the chance to eat well. Maybe one day we’ll all eat together.


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