Guest post: The People’s Kitchen in Stockwell

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This week, we changed settings once again, and visited a group of creative women from diverse European and African countries in Saint Stephens children’s centre in Stockwell. Here is what Leila, Community Development… Continue reading

A lovely guest post from one of our volunteers: Adele

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“I was delighted to discover Brixton People’s Kitchen a few weeks ago, thankfully just in time to help build the fabulous mobile kitchen. I helped out at The Remakery in April and really… Continue reading

The Brixton People’s Kitchen’s world tour! (Well, Brixton tour…)

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So, we’ve built a mobile kitchen. Where are we going to go with it? Not too far, don’t worry. We’ll pop into different community venues, and here are the details. Click on the… Continue reading

See you this Sunday in Myatt’s Fields!

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Come and join us in Myatt’s Fields Park this Sunday 19 May, for yet another feast cooked from surplus food, and, if you haven’t yet done so, check out our newly built bike… Continue reading

Building the mobile kitchen, lego, the joy of making, and a call to play with your food

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You’re probably 8 years old. It’s probably Sunday. Your mum invites your auntie for tea. Your auntie brings your cousin along. You find your cousin a bit weird, and you’re no sure what… Continue reading

Unveiling the mobile kitchen!

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The Brixton People’s Kitchen team has been busy designing and building a kitchen. On a bike. Just because. And we are planning to take it to different places over the Summer. But before… Continue reading

Building the Mobile Kitchen: Finding the parts

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So, we had the idea for the kitchen and people on board: the next step was working out where to get the pieces to put the mobile kitchen together. After scouring gumtree, ebay… Continue reading

Why are we building a mobile kitchen?

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Well, it started when a few of us were sitting around a kitchen table talking about the Brixton People’s Kitchen in January, the depths of a typical English winter. I think we were… Continue reading

Brixton People’s Kitchen – a short story

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The one question that people attending our events for the first time ask most frequently is “when did you start and how?” So here is a little summary of our journey, one year… Continue reading

Building the Mobile Kitchen

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Building the Mobile Kitchen, a set on Flickr. Today, we visited The Remakery, where we are going to build our Mobile Kitchen, out of a dead Christiania Bike. It may not seem like… Continue reading

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