It feels like spring might be just around the corner, with nature waking up and new shoots and buds popping up all over the place. March in the food growing calendar is an important month, It marks the end of winter and time to get busy sowing seeds for the up coming growing season. So, … Continue reading Eat Seasonally and Grow Your Own in March
Cooking is something that we can all do and enjoy although it might not always seem like that! Here at Greenwich Pantry we believe that everyone can learn to make delicious and healthy food everyday. Being able to cook your favourite dishes from scratch can give you enormous satisfaction and means that you are in … Continue reading Are you ready to cook?
Hi All! We all know that cooking is often about being precise, especially for measuring out ingredients, cooking times and temperatures. Cooking works out best when we pay attention to the ingredients used and take care to follow the steps in the recipe and make sure food is cooked to perfection. Overcooking or forgetting about … Continue reading Leave your tips
Sushi The Japanese perfection. A fine balance that says a lot about Japanese culture. The word sushi comes from two words "su" and "meshi" which in English mean vinegar and rice and so refers to the slightly sweet, vinegary rice served with seafood, egg or vegetables either raw or cooked. So sushi doesn't mean raw … Continue reading Food Facts
Italian Sicilian Caponata Recipe Traditional dishes | Vegan Food | The veggies you won't stop eating *mouth watering alert* THE RECIPE: Sauté 1 finely sliced onion and 2 finely chopped celery sticks in a pan with a bit of oil. Add chopped tomato sauce, 1 cubed aubergine, 2 tablespoons of capers, 1 table spoon of … Continue reading Recipes from GP
Cooking. A meeting of flavours, ingredients and tastesbetter with the right timing, in the right place👨🍳👩🍳 Don't forget October is pasta making month with Greenwich Pantry Book your class here
Decorating your food makes it more aesthetically pleasing. If you are interested in decorating, check out our cupcake decorating classes. The next ones? Check the list of Greenwich Pantry upcoming classes! or book yours by writing to > email@example.com Food decoration is 30% of the perception we have that food itself is going to taste … Continue reading Details and food decorating
Come and enjoy a chilled out day with Greenwich Pantry at RARE Farmer’s Market. Bring family and friends to visit our stall at RARE Farmers Market where you’ll find lots of food gems and healthy store cupboard essentials.We’ll be on hand to answer your nutrition questions and give more information on joining our cookery classes. When: … Continue reading Greenwich Pantry at RARE Farmer’s Market
"I found that when I step into the kitchen and cream some butter and sugar, my thoughts slow down and creativity flows. Here, I invent many of my favorite recipes and I spend some time with my friends and family". This philosophy behind cooking as a relaxing method, is a true lifestyle. Everyone needs to … Continue reading Yoga of Cooking
Learning to cook and eat healthy food couldn’t be easier with Greenwich Pantry. To learn how to make healthy nourishing food, book a Cook Eat Healthy session with GP today. Consultations can be carried out online via Skype at a mutually convenient time over the phone. We will show you how to incorporate wholesome ingredients into your … Continue reading COOKING AND EATING HEALTHY FOOD
Some people says that participating in a class is fun, others think of it as a way to learn. We make it both! Sometimes it is certainly a way to strenghten bonds between whoever you are attending the class with or even a way to have your personal moment, during a very full week when … Continue reading What is it like to participate in a cooking class?
Hi all, Today I was just thinking about how many people are writing and posting about food nowadays. We are too! For this reason, I want to jot down a list of the instagrammers, bloggers and book authors who are definitely the ones that need to be in your follow/read list. If you have any … Continue reading Who said be on the ball foodie?
Get to know edible flowers. Why not grow some flowers in your garden or on your balcony? They could be a yummy addition to new recipes. I found this article listing some flowers and properties. Some of the best are listed below: Basil (Ocimum basilicum) Although basil is usually grown for its leaves, its white, pale … Continue reading How to cook with flowers.
Once art was commonly fruit and vegetable still- lifes. Today it is knowing how to make delicious, healthy and wonderful dishes. Cooking Classes are opening again in September, book your place