Healthy Habits Project:  Health, Heritage and Lifestyle! 

What does a healthy diet mean to you? Join us and find out more about how you can create healthier food, sample delicious food, share your food stories and take away recipes.

This workshop will look at health options from just some of all these choices we take for granted and start you on your journey of exploring the healthy benefits of the food you know and love.

This workshop will look at health options from just some of all these choices we take for granted and start you on your journey of exploring the healthy benefits of the food you know and love.

A healthy eating workshop led by Anita McKenzie

Date: Friday 12th February
Time: 7-9
Location: the Healthy Lifestyle Centre, Abbotstshall Road
£3 on the door but  Booking is essential.
To book: contact Barbara Gray 07882 270 159
Email: barbara.gray@urbandaridelion.co.uk
Facebook: HealthyHeritageLifestyle

From the early 1600’s foods from West Africa, Asia and the Pacific Islands came to the Caribbean Islands, including okra, pigeon peas, plantains, callaloo, taro, breadfruit, ackee, oranges, limes, mangoes, rice, and coffee. Following the abolishment of the slave trade in 1838, labourers from India and China came to work in the fields and plantations, adding two very different culinary influences to the already long list.