Love Food Hate Waste is inviting aspiring chefs to join in a giant free cookery class this December.
Bolton residents are invited to brush up on their kitchen skills, and learn how cook a simple, tasty and cheap meal, using leftover ingredients with top TV chef Dave Mooney.
Dave has been Granada Tonight’s resident chef for over two years. With up to 1,000 places available across Greater Manchester, places are expected to be snapped up, so book early to avoid disappointment.
All equipment and ingredients will be provided for the lessons and everyone will get to eat the dish they cook. Advice will be offered on how to save up to £50 a month and each person will receive a food rescue pack, which includes the latest Love Food Hate Waste 2011 kitchen calendar with exciting recipes to use up those leftovers.
Ten events will run across Greater Manchester, with each event running four live cookery classes so residents can choose the class that best suits them. Each class has 25 places available and are open to all Greater Manchester residents over the age of 16, with group bookings also welcome.
Events are taking place as follows:-
Monday 6 December, Salford, Swinton Masonic Hall
Tuesday 7 December, Manchester, The Monastery, Gorton
Wednesday 8 December, Bolton, Brookfield Masonic Hall
Thursday 9 December, Bury, The Longfield Suite
Friday 10 December, Rochdale, Rochdale Town Hall
Monday 13 December, Tameside, Ashton Masonic Hall
Tuesday 14 December, Oldham, The Honeywell Centre
Wednesday 15 December, Stockport, Stockport FC
Thursday 16 December, Wigan, DW Stadium
Friday 17 December, Trafford, The Longford Suite, Stretford
There are four classes available each day, times as follows: 9.30am to 11.30am; 12.30pm to 2.30pm; 3.30pm to 5.30pm and 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
To register for your free place, email or call using the contact details on the right. Places will be allocated on a first come first served basis.
For more information on Love Food Hate Waste, visit their website.