Cooking is a basic life skill that everyone should learn. This skill is vitally important if you are living independently. It will definitely be helpful in some point of life. When it comes to saving money, cooking at home can save you plenty. Cooking can also promote good health.
It can be a way to socialise along with promoting personal creativity and satisfaction. Get the kids involved and make it a fun activity, connect with family, friends and help build everyone’s skills. We’ve hand-picked a few simple, tasty recipes that you might like to try at home.
Food Safety Tips
Food Safety is important, how we store, cook and handle our food can also contribute to our well-being. Making sure that we handle, cook and store our foods in a safe way will ensure that we do not get sick or make our family or friends sick when sharing meals. This could include ensuring that school lunches are cold by using an insulated lunch box or freezing some fruit to keep things cold during summer.
Recipe – Baked Potato
These recipes were developed by a group of volunteers from Foodbank and UnitingCare Wesley Bowden Community Foodies who worked alongside OPAL Charles Sturt. The recipes were designed to require only minimal cooking equipment – many can be produced using basic kitchenette facilities. They are easily adapted to use up whatever foods you have on hand from your fridge, pantry or garden.
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- Community Foodies Cookbook – Recipes from Community Foodies SA.
- Healthy Food Guide Recipes – Discover healthy recipes and articles and gain some expert advice.
- Parents Helpline – The Parent Helpline is a telephone information service for parents in South Australia – 1300 364 100 .The Parent Helpline provides telephone information and support at any time 7 days a week. The helpline can assist with queries relating to child health, behaviour, nutrition and information for parents and about parenting.