This is a wiki (editable web page) to organise cooking for this weekend’s trip to [REDACTED].
The kitchen is equipped with gas hobs and grills, pots, pans and cutlery.
Click edit at the top to change the text (you’ll need to be logged in to your account on the website first – click here to register if you don’t have one). You can either suggest a meal idea or join one of the existing ones and you’re obviously also welcome to sort yourself out (move your name to Independent). Please remove your name from the Not yet signed-up for meal list too once you’re in a group or have decided to cook alone. The person who suggests the meal is responsible for arranging the ingredients – everyone else in the group should bring money on the trip to pay for their share, and expect to help with the preparation and washing up.
Meal suggestions by Tuesday evening. Finalise groups by Wednesday evening so the person suggesting the meal knows how much they have to buy and has a couple of days to do the shopping.
- Starter: Vegetable, sweet potato and spicy bean soup
- Main: Grilled turkey escalope, green beans with crumbled feta cheese, and toasted seeded pitta breads
Dessert: Sticky toffee pudding with homemade fruit salad
Maximum number: 6
Cost per person: £6
- Wasim B
- Fedir K
- Yuze W
- Starter: Garlic bread to keep the hungry hordes at bay while I actually cook the dinner
- Main: Authentic Hungarian goulash, served with fresh bread and an optional shot of pálinka for the braver people. We'd call goulash a soup at home, but it is more like a stew. It's made out of beef and a various vegetables.
Dessert: What else could go along with a goulash, than a massive quantity of pancakes? I'll make them in a few different flavors.
Maximum number: 8
Cost per person: £4-5
- Adrien L (fan of goulash)
- Juliette M
- Matt A
- Jingyi W
- Callan Howard
Meal 3 - vegetarian
- Main Cauliflower and chickpea curry
Dessert Mud (chocolate) Pie with raspberries
maximum number 8
cost less than £4
- Paul C
- May W
- Helen G
- Binbin W
- Yuqing W