Rhubarb is now coming into its best in the garden. This easy to grow plant can be harvested and used in puddings and savouries.
Strictly speaking this isn’t a record of a bygone age at all, as ‘gaan tae the spoots’ is still a pastime enjoyed by a dedicated but seemingly ever decreasing group of folk, although apparently not taken as seriously as in days of yore.
Pupils across Orkney will be enjoying lamb this St Andrews Day for their school meals after a kind donation from the Orkney Auction Mart.
A takeaway from a local food outlet is a great way to support that business and to also have something to look forward to perhaps once a week during the Covid19 restrictions.
Create a poster, a video and/or write a letter for Planet Fair Trade – World Fair Trade Day
And here are some recipes you can download if you would like to try for yourself:
OLIO is a new free app which enables people to reduce food waste by sharing information about surplus food and other items locally.
Helen’s Home Cooking and all the recipe pages in The Orkney News aim to support people and families who want to produce home cooked affordable meals which are healthy and tasty.
Orkney Food Waste Prevention Week will take place from 22nd-26th Jan 2018.
A Future in Food ” helps teachers, pupils and parents better understand the food and drink industry in Scotland