I was very lucky this week to attend the first gathering of Corsham’s new cooking and baking circle.
This new venture, set up by Corsham Mother’s Union, invites anyone to attend and bring something homemade, with attendees then sampling each other’s creations whilst sharing recipes that can be tried at home.
Among the delights this week were tuna fish pie, millionaire’s shortbread and a lemon drizzle loaf. We also had demonstrations on how to make fun Easter cupcakes – a great activity to try at home with your children this half term.
The cooking and baking circle will continue to meet on the last Tuesday of the month, from 1.30pm at Church House on Church Street, Corsham. Anyone is welcome to attend and it is not essential to take a dish.
If you are interested to learn more about cooking or baking, and how to make the most out of what’s in your cupboards, then do pop along to the next session. It was wonderfully friendly and informal, and a great way to learn a new skill.
The next gathering, on Tuesday 21 April, will focus on how to create tasty meals on a budget.
Community Engagement Officer