Could cooking up an extra batch of meat and potatoes help bring a smile to someone’s face?
That’s the question asked in a Sainsbury’s Magazine article featuring Casserole Club.
In a brilliant double page article called “Casserole Crusader”, journalist and Casserole Cook Becky Howard describes her relationship with her lovely Diner Louie, who she has been sharing meals with through Casserole since last year.
“With the focus on strengthening community bonds, getting more people eating fresh food and reaching out to lonely elderly people, it seemed like something I’d actually be able to incorporate into my life.
It would be easy to portion off a big meal to deliver to a neighbour. And I love cooking.
Inspired, I signed up.”
The article story goes on to explain how Becky applied to be a Casserole Club Cook and the process she went through before being matched up with her Diner Louie, so it’s a great read for anyone who wants to find out more about a new Casserole Cook’s experience.
We are always looking for new Cooks, if you want to get involved in Casserole Club, go to http://casseroleclub.com to sign up.
If you know someone who could benefit from a regular home-cooked meal in Staffordshire, Barnet, Tower Hamlets, Whitstable or Reigate & Banstead, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 020 3475 3444.