our philosophy

We believe that everyone has the right to know where their food is from, as well as knowing exactly what it is they are consuming. It is important for all people, young and old to equip themselves with some basic awareness, knowledge and ability, so that they are in control of what they eat and drink.
The ability to cook from scratch is becoming a forgotten skill, increasingly not passed down from one generation to another. 'easy peasy' cookery aims to work with all ages to combat this gap in generational knowledge.

Knowing what is the best time of year to buy native fruit and vegetables is imperative. Our work emphasises the value of eating with the seasons, embedding this knowledge to become second nature.

Where you shop for your consumables is possibly the most political act most people make. We positively endorse buying local food through local supply chains. We support all efforts to improve access to local produce for communities and advise all participants on good practice in sourcing ingredients.

We believe in making cookery fun and exciting, not something to be feared or disliked. We aim to make ingredients and recipes as accessible as possible and appropriate as possible for all of our participants. We consider cost implications and the benefits of cooking from scratch in terms of budgeting.

We are set up as a social enterprise with 'Community Interest Company' status and therefore are a not-for-profit company. We would like to thank Ludlow 21 for all their support from whom we rent the cookery trailer. For more information about Ludlow 21 please go to


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