Healthy Multicultural Recipe Competition and DVD
|Published by||Uta Schmidtblaicher
Community Development Worker (BME)
Health Improvement and Development Service, Portsmouth City Council
|Telephone||023 9268 8390|
Multicultural recipe competition with traditional recipes from different cultures. Cooking contest and tips on how to make small changes to traditional recipes to make them more healthily . DVD with recipes and healty eating tips.
Our delivery partners are...
We have funding and support from...
Big Lottery Wellbeing Fund, chances4change
The project is located in...
The start and finish dates of the project are...
The people helped are..
Community members from Black and Minority Ethnic Communities
What they have said is...
"The healthy eating session has been a very friendly and informative event!"
We set up the project because...
There is not much promotion material specifically on healthy multicultural eating, we wanted to design entertaining material that takes specific requirements of local communities into consideration.
The difference this project makes is...
Make people think about what ingrediants they use for traditional recipes and give tips on how to cook the same dishes more healthily, without having to make big changes.
Produce easy to understand promotion material for local communities.
What we did or are doing
Healthy Multicultural Recipe competition, Cooking contest, Healthy Eating DVD, Healthy Eating Seminars and Cooking Sessions, Vegetable Quizzes at Community Events
A DVD has been produced that gives advice along with examples of traditional recipes cooked by local community memebers. To find out more or to view the DVD go to:
We chose this method because...
DVDs provide graphic, easy to understand training materials
Different activities to reach out diverse community groups
What's happened is...
We have collected recipes, delivered health seminars and cooking sessions and are going to start filming soon...
What we'd do differently...
This project helped to deliver...
The project is now...
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|Lead Organisation||Portsmouth City Council|
|Outcomes||Community cohesion, Improving health|
|Beneficiary Age||Adults, Young People (16-25)|
|Beneficiary Groups||Black & minority ethnic groups (BME), Disadvantaged families, Refugees & asylum seekers|
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