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‘Cook at home’ for children from Abraham’s Kitchen

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Abraham’s Kitchen was planned to bring the community together for a free and delicious lunch, offering a relaxed atmosphere to enjoy a meal during the school holidays – but that all changed due to the lockdown restrictions.  

Now, Abraham’s Kitchen has been transformed into a ‘Cook at Home’ edition.  

How it works is that each family will receive an ingredients box brimming with healthy produce delivered to their doors, with a nutritious, healthy recipe included in each one.  

The children will then be challenged to ‘Cook at Home’ for the rest of the family. The young people are then encouraged to share their experiences online, with the chance to win a delicious meat box, provided by Elliot’s Traditional Butchers. 

Abraham’s Kitchen: Cook at Home will provide a healthy, hot meal for the whole family, teach schoolchildren the basics of cooking and bring Westbury together for a (remote) community meal.  

“The first list of families has already signed up, but there will be chances for other interested families to be involved in the future,” said Ryan Child, Westbury Town Council events manager.

“Abraham’s Kitchen: Cook at Home will educate young people about healthy eating with this interactive and fun cook-a-long, and create a lasting effect on community wellbeing that goes way beyond just a box of food.”

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