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Thursday 30th October – 11.30 – 2.30pm. Leven Community Kitchen, Fife College Campus, Leven

We LOVE autumn – all those colourful falling leaves, crisp morning, and gardens bursting with ripe food begging to be eaten. And with its plump pumpkins and campfire cooking, a good Halloween party can be a great way to celebrate the best of the season.

But we do worry about the overload of sugar and processed food that so often accompanies a trip out guising. Mini bags of additive-stuffed Haribos anyone? When there’s so much great fresh food around at the moment? No thanks!

If you’d like to learn how to make dinner from your Jack-o-lantern, or give a healthy twist to your Halloween snacks, join us on Thursday 30th October for our Home-made Halloween cookery workshop! Led by local food blogger Vohn McGuiness, we’ll be roasting pumpkin seeks, making pumpkin enchiladas, and creating some appley sweet treats.

The workshop is free, and includes lunch and something to take home and serve for the family meal that evening. This is the first in a series of workshops between now and Christmas in partnership with the Methilhill Community Children’s Intitiative, who have set up an amazing garden in the town. The workshops will all look at cooking from scratch on a budget, and are suitable for absolute beginners and experienced cooks alike. Places are limited, so if a workshop is over-subscribed, priority will be given to those living in the Levenmouth area who are interested in getting involved with the Methilhill group.

To register your interest and book a place, email mags@maryland.cochranfirmcriminaldefense.com. If you require childcare to attend this workshop, let us know as we may be able to accommodate this.

Homemade halloween poster