Make, bake, and take on family day

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Slow Food Aylsham was delighted to support the Aylsham Cluster of Schools’ Family Learning Day at the High School on Saturday 10 June. The group ran a pop-up café with a range of goodies, from fresh-baked sausage rolls to scones, cake and filled rolls, all offered at very affordable prices.

While most Slow Food members were serving drinks and eats, Jill Willis, assisted by Glenda Bacon and Mo Anderson-Dungar, was in charge of a series of cooking workshops for young people who were able to make, bake, and take home, a mini tortilla quiche each. The free workshops were fully subscribed and Jill reported that everyone had a grand time.

Patrick Prekopp, chair of Slow Food Aylsham said: “Of course, we are not a catering organisation, but we are delighted to be able to support the Family Learning Day with our pop-up café. Jill Willis’ cooking workshops were well received too. We all enjoyed the experience and I’m glad to say that the cafe food and quiches seemed to be much appreciated.”

Picture courtesy of Aylsham Rotary

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