‘Octogenarian Cooks’ event On Wed Oct 5th there was an ‘Octogenarian Cooks’ event at the Manchester Food & Drink Festival:- “Shopping and cooking can be a challenge in older age. Not only due to health issues and affordability but also because many older people live alone. Yet older people often have great cooking skills and tastyContinue reading Good Neighbours at the Manchester Food & Drink Festival
Winter Warmer event at Trafalgar Court Good Neighbours had a stall at the “Winter Warmer” event at Trafalgar Court, an Anchor Housing scheme in Whalley Range on Thursday Nov 14th 2013. Carolyn O’Hanlon organised the stall and was helped by Peter Flynn and Bernard Leach The event was well attended, with lots of stalls andContinue reading Winter Warmer event at Trafalgar House (video)
Chorlton Good Neighbours Garden: The Story So Far For many years this piece of land at Wilbraham St Ninian’s Church in Chorlton lay unused and largely unseen; a mass of weeds and brambles covering the foundations of an old scout hut. Just eighteen months ago Chorlton Good Neighbours were looking for ways to engage moreContinue reading Chorlton Good Neighbours Garden: The Story So Far…….
Sunday Tea with the Leetones After Christmas it was back to normal for the Good Neighbour’s Sunday Teas which take place the first Sunday of each month. At this tea, members were entertained by the Tony and Lisa of the Lee Tones who sang such songs as Mary Wells’s “My Guy”, Connie Francis’s “Who’s SorryContinue reading Sunday Tea with the Leetones
Kim, from Cracking Good Food, led another cooking session at Good Neighbours on 30th October. On the menu was a warming and seasonal, pumpkin, leek and thyme soup and a cheese and onion flan. To finish off we made a lovely parkin cake. We ate all we produced and learnt a lot about soup, flanContinue reading Pumpkin & Leek Soup, Cheese Flan & Parkin
Cracking Good Food’s Hot Pot session at Chorlton Good Neighbours. We made and ate a tradtional Lancashire Beef Hotpot at this cooking demonstration, the latest of a series held at Good Neighbours. We also made a no-cook Chocolate Mousse using silken Tofu. It all tasted delicious!
Cracking Good Food at Chorlton Good Neighbour Mon 7th Nov: Pumpkin pie, and spotted dick for pudding – terrific session! Many thanks to Rob & Co for a great morning’s cooking