Slow Cooker

Course Content

Course Content
You MUST be a member of Horton Housing and Lifeline to apply for this course

We will discuss recipes and suggested alternatives that can be added to make your meals go further with the emphasis on using slow cookers to reduce your utility bills and other cost cutting appliances and ways to reduce waste and costs. Numeracy will be shown how important it can be placed alongside everyday tasks especially preparing and cooking food.

Join this course to enjoy the social aspect of preparing food, which you can then take home.
By combining simple ingredients with store cupboard staples, you will broaden your culinary adventures!
Your teacher will share hints, tips and demonstrate some basic skills.

Dietary requirements will be taken into consideration, so there will be something for everyone.

You MUST be a member of Horton Housing and Lifeline to apply for this course

To be eligible for funding for courses you must be over 19 years of age as at 31st August 2023 and not be an apprentice, further eligibility may be linked to where you live and we will check that at enrolment stage and may contact you for further information or refer you to alternative provision.

A notepad and pen/ pencil may be helpful to take notes during the session. You will be provided with an apron and all the ingredients for the session.

You will need to ensure that you share any dietary requirements and/or allergies, to ensure we can be prepared both for your safety and food planning.

Your teacher will give verbal and written feedback throughout the course.

You will have the opportunity to meet with one of our team who will be able to offer advice on the variety of learning opportunities.
12:00 PM - 03:00 PM
This is a free course

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