In 2020 we launched a number of food projects which we have grouped together as 'The Food Hub'

In 2019 started out with The Pantry (store cupboard items such as tinned fruit, pasta, rice, beans, milk and cereals) In 2020 we set up The Happiness Hampers' project and KTCooks. In November 2020 we launched The KTCC Recipe Club for local families which ran alongside The Pantry.  

In March 2021, following consultation with local parents and stakeholder including Camden Council, we decided to enhance and simplify the Recipe Club, changing our offer for all people to RecipeKits, described by one mum as ‘Hello Fresh on a budget.’

Donate to our Food Hub here 

 

We listen to our local people and respond with interesting food project which provided dignity and choice for people on a low income or who need a bit of extra support.  

The RecipeKits change each month. Here is the recipe bank we choose from: 

 

Falafel and Flatbread (vegan)

Mexican Bean Stew (vegan)

Fishcakes and Sweet Potato Fries

Gnocchi with Pesto and Pine Nuts (vegan)

Lentil Shepherd's Pie (vegetarian)

Corned Beef Hash (not halal)

Banana Pancakes (vegetarian)

Mackerel Kedgeree 

Pea Risotto (vegan)

Tuna and Olive Pasta 

Pumpkin, Chili and Coconut Soup (vegan)

Spanish Omelette (vegetarian)

Download our Recipe Kits sheet here 

In addition to the meals we offer a care kit and a breakfast essentials kit. We offer fresh fruit and veg kits where we can. As before we are asking people to book in advance to collect their kits.

If you have a tasty recipe that you'd like to add to the Recipe Kits,

would like to know more about the project or to donate email Adam on food@ktcc.org.uk

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