A splash of skill, a dash of creativity and a dollop of love transforms these surplus yellow peppers into a delicious meal for guests at @foodcycle_pboro!
There were 40 happy tums at @foodcycle_cambridge this weekend thanks to this vibrant summer salad. Grilled peaches, coriander and orange together at last!
On #volunteerrecognitionday we would like to say a HUGE THANK YOU to each and every one of our volunteers. Our volunteers really do go above and beyond for FoodCycle, helping us to serve more meals and reach more communities than ever before.
This funky, fruity photo was taken by @foodcyclebristol on one of their many food collections. None of our meals could happen without these amazing people, who head out rain or shine to collect lots of lovely surplus food. Want to know what it’s like to be a food collection hero? Check out our most recent blog at FoodCycle.org.uk/news
Having a #meatfreemonday? Why not make your own falafel, a delicious meat alternative. It’s also easier than you might think!
We received a lovely letter at FoodCycle HQ today. These two 5 pound notes were found by someone in Germany. Although they are no longer valid, they can be exchanged at the Bank of England and she hoped we would be able to use them!
Who are the brilliant, banana baking, brains behind this banoffee beauty? FoodCycle Durham, that’s who! Do you fancy joining them? Sign up at volunteer.foodcycle.org.uk
We love making tasty, community meals using surplus food. But without our food collection heroes, none of this could happen. These incredible people hit the streets, hop on a bike or jump in their cars each week to make sure our guests get a meal. Want to join them? Sign up at volunteer.foodcycle.org.uk!
“I love @foodcycle_norwich, volunteering and attending the meal is the best part of my week. It has helped to further open my eyes to local and wider issues concerning food production, distribution, waste and poverty and it has forged a community for me here in Norwich”. Read more of what amazing Project Leader, Alannah, has to say on our blog.
It may have been cold and rainy in London this Sunday, but at @foodcyclelse it was warm and tasty. This lovely main is a Potato & Cauliflower Fritter served with kale, caramelised onion and a spinach pesto. Ooo looking at this is making us hungry!
Well done to the food collection, cooking and hosting teams for doing such a fab job. Want to join them? Sign up at volunteer.foodcycle.org.uk!
This delicious Parsnip, Jerusalem Artichoke, Cauliflower and Swede soup was whizzed up by the wonderful FoodCycle Exeter. Doesn’t it look yum?