What's Cooking Seminar - Oxfordshire
Wednesday, 09 March 2011 18:13

FACE17th May - Foxbury Farm, Brize Norton, Oxfordshire. A seminar for farmers who host school visits and teachers planning farm visits. Find out how to follow the food chain even further and start cooking! There will be lots of ideas for using locally sourced food and cooking activities in schools.


Tuesday 17th May 2011

Foxbury Farm
Burford Road
Brize Norton
Oxfordshire OX18 3NX

10.15    Arrive and introduction to day.
10.30   Setting the scene “What does food in schools mean to you?”   
Suzanne Bradshaw   Public Health Dietician    
11.00    Locally sourced food. The Royal County of Berkshire Show’s Cookery School for schools – an example of a very successful local initiative. Jan Murray Education officer and Joe Slevin Assistant Headteacher Park House School Newbury
11.30    Tractor Trailer Tour visiting cattle, sheep and pigs.
The tour will introduce locally sourced food, starting the food chain for the day.  Colin Dawes Foxbury farm owner and farmer
12.30    Lunch and a chance to look around the farm shop and locally sourced products
1.30    Butchery Demonstration using a Gloucester Old Spot pig carcass.  Commentary from the butchery manager and the chef will make recommendations on how the various joints could be used in the kitchen environment      
2.30     Finish

We will be outside for some of the day so please remember to dress appropriately.


£30 per person to FACE members to include lunch, tea and coffee
£60 per person to non-FACE members
(Cheques made payable to FACE by post in advance)
For further details, please contact FACE on 0845 838 7192
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