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Which dish is your favourite?

Every Friday in August, chef extraordinaire Cris Cohen of Feasted, rustled up a range of delicious, healthy and affordable dishes for families to enjoy and get involved in. After each cooking demonstration, Feasted were on hand to help parents and their children to get stuck in, become masters in the kitchen and create the recipes for themselves to take home. If you were unable to attend the workshops, not to worry, you can watch all four sessions below, give them a try and see which is your favourite.


About Feasted:

Founded in 2016 by Cris Cohen and over the last few years they have developed from delivering soup and bread through Facebook to creating spectacular dining experiences locally and further afield.

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Eat Well Spend Less Workshop

Culinary sensation, Cris Cohen of Feasted cooked up a storm in the Caudwell Children kitchen in August! Take a peek at the videos below for some delicious and affordable recipes that you can make with the kids

This tasty rice dish is sure to be a firm favourite in your house.

Cooked with wholesome ingredients, pilaf rice is super easy to make and is fantastic value for money.

Who doesn’t like pizza?

Whether your favourite is traditional or you love a pineapple topping there is definitely a pizza that suits you and your family. Learn how to make your own dough from scratch with fresh ingredients, this dish is sure to be a hit with the kids.

Become a master in the kitchen, show off your cooking skills and impress the whole family by whipping up this Italian classic.

This dish is easy and super fun to make, you can also adapt the recipe to suit anyone’s tastebuds.

This curry is packed full of healthy and nutritious ingredients that your kids will love. You can adapt this recipe to suit your tastes, so if you like your curries mild or you are more adventurous and like your curries hot there is something for everyone.

Dish 5 – Bread and Butter Pudding with Ice Cream

A new take on an old classic, this traditional pudding with a Stoke-on-Trent twist will make a delicious after dinner treat. Made with ingredients you can buy from your local supermarket this recipe is simple and cheap to prepare and will be enjoyed by all members of the family.

Listen to our interview on BBC Radio Stoke