Places available - Jamie's Ministry of Food Courses
Published: 8 February 2016
Jamie’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen is taking bookings for its second five week course, scheduled to begin in mid-February.
Local residents will be offered the opportunity to participate in an innovative, community-based cooking program built on Jamie Oliver’s beliefs about cooking and benefits for healthy living.
Classes begin on Monday 15 February 2016 and will conclude on Saturday 19 March with up to four classes per day, running from Monday through to Saturday.
The Mobile Kitchen program offers a five-week cooking course, comprising one 90-minute cooking class per week with up to 12 participants in each class. Jamie’s Ministry of Food Mobile Kitchen will deliver hands-on basic cooking classes led by a team of dedicated Food Trainers.
The program inspires and empowers change in the way participants and their families eat, and how they think about food.
A fun and engaging program that fosters a sense of community and social connectedness, the program achieves measurable health and wellbeing outcomes for participants. Cooking is a life skill which should be accessible to all.
The cost is $20 per class, $15 for student card holders and $10 for concession holders. Bookings are open now and can be booked through www.thegoodfoundation.secure.force.com/bookings
Jamie’s Ministry of Food Australia is delivered by The Good Foundation and is supported by Logan City Council.
The Good Foundation is a not-for-profit organisation which has partnered with Jamie Oliver and principal partner, Woolworths, to deliver Jamie’s Ministry of Food throughout Australia.
Queensland Health has committed funding to The Good Foundation to support the delivery of the program in Queensland.
Logan – Second release bookings now open
Courses run between Monday 15 February 2016 and Saturday 19 March 2016
Beenleigh Town Square
Beenleigh, QLD 4207