We published this guide recently for our team. While a lot of it concerns courses, workshops and details specific to COOK, there are a few gems we thought we’d share that might help keep you happy and healthy over the coming year…
Meat-free burgers are not created equal, but they are an essential addition to a good barbecue. Our food team hosted a lunchtime workshop and taught a bunch of us from HQ how to make these delicious bean burgers. If you try the recipe for yourself, do send us a picture and let us know how it was.
We’re sharing the recipe for the Beetroot Bourguignon we introduced for Meat Free May this year. It’s a terrific veggie take on the classic French dish, packed with flavour … and lots of wine! And, of course, it freezes rather well.
Here’s a summary of our progress, big challenges and next steps with regards to the Climate Crisis. We will continue to publish the full details of our impact on the environment each year in our Purpose Progress Report. The next one is due in a few months. Scroll to the bottom to see a letter from Ed and Rosie, our co-CEOs, regarding what COOK stands for when it comes to the Climate Crisis.
Gardener and writer Alex Mitchell’s new book, ‘Crops in Tight Spots’ from Kyle Books has just hit the shelves. It’s perfect for anyone short of outdoor space who wants to grow fruit and vegetables. She’s shared with us a lovely section about growing edible flowers…
We’re sharing the COOK recipe for one of our most popular Indian dishes, so you can try it at home. We suggest you use higher-welfare chicken and, if you want to use the same spices as we do in our Kitchen, they are from East End Foods, available in many supermarkets and speciality shops.
You can always substitute the chicken for your veggies of choice if you want to make a vegetarian version … and, obviously, this recipe freezes well if you’ve got leftovers!