**This event is exclusive to LSBU students & staff, you will need to show your ID card on entry**
If you're a budding chef or a complete newbie to the kitchen come take part in LSBU's first ever sustainability Halls cook-off!! Teams of 3 will be competing for the title of Student Grub Champions and win a hamper of prizes worth £100! Although there is only one winner EVERY chef will be given a goodie bag, a FREE dinner and lots of food to take home.
Not only will you learn to cook a nutritious meal, you'll learn about food waste and how to eat better for less!
You'll cook with guidance from Student Grub chef April using organic food from Abel & Cole as well as food donated by food waste interceptors FareShare and Plan Zheroes. This will include donated produce from our local Bourough Market. The dishes will be judged by Food Waste aficionado, Jamie Crummie the co-founder of the highly succesful food waste app Too Good To Go and the LSBU Sustainability Team to crown the winner before everyone enjoys a big dinner-party. Every cook is encouraged to invite a couple of friends to join the meal...after all, sharing is caring!
>If you would like to enter the cook-off competition as a chef please order a FREE ticket here. You can enter as an individual or a team of 3, but you will need to order 3 tickets for a team. Only LSBU students in Halls of residence can enter the cook-off, all other LSBU students & staff can spectate and join the dinner party!
>Just want to watch and try some of the delicious food? No problem, it's not essential you book a FREE 'Spectator Ticket' but it's recommended so that Eventbrite can remind you on the day. Join us for the start at 5:30 or drop in anytime with some friends! There will be FREE food all night as well as a FREE raffle!!
***Please Note: This event is strictly for LSBU students and staff, and cooks must be students in LSBU Halls of residence. You will need to show your ID card on entry***
If you'd like more info please email the LSBU Sustainability Team on firstname.lastname@example.org and follow them on Facebook to stay up to date with this event and others to come www.facebook.com/LSBUSustainability