Indian cookery classes in Luton

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For six weeks at the start of 2018, local church members from All Saints, Luton, have had the opportunity to learn authentic Indian cookery skills alongside members of the Shri Guru Radivass Sikh Gudwara thanks to a Near Neighbours grant.


Running on Monday evenings and Thursday afternoons, the two hour sessions ended with participants eating the food they had just learned to cook. The Revd David Kesterton explains "Our latest Near Neighbours project involves learning Indian cookery with our friends at the local Sikh temple. We end the evening eating what’s been cooked and the Aloo Gobi (cauliflower and potato curry) was very tasty indeed!"

 
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The project ran very successfully with the Luton Irish forum in 2017 and with the support of Near Neighbours has been offered more widely to others in the Christian community.


StoriesMatt HollidgeLuton