04 May 2020
Ten years ago, we celebrated our 30th anniversary by publishing a cookbook, here is a preview of 2 recipes.
Able Community Care celebrates its 40th year of supporting older and disabled people in making the choice to remain living in their own home.
Due to the current Covid-19 pandemic, our celebrations for this ‘ruby’ celebration have been curtailed.
Ten years ago, we celebrated our 30th anniversary by publishing a cookbook. We would like to revisit some of those recipes from our book.
This anniversary recipe book was aptly called Able to Cook where people from all walks of life who had a connection to Norfolk kindly donated recipes for inclusion in the book.
May is the month for fresh fruit and vegetables and the following two recipes came from Able to Cook and are celebrating our fresh produce for this month.
Asparagus Soup from Galton Blackiston of Morston Hall.
Slow-Cooked Shoulder of Lamb with Boulangère Potatoes from Tom Kerridge of The Hand and Flowers restaurant in Marlow.
Our thanks go out again to Galton and Tom for their wonderful contribution to our 30th Anniversary book still going strong at our 40th Anniversary.
Home cooking is one of the activities that our Live-in Carers offer as part of their care support. Dishes that our clients enjoy and remember but can no longer cook for themselves.
In these difficult Covid-19 times when each meal must be given extra thought due to the difficulty of shopping for food, many store cupboard recipes will be evoked, re-visited and enjoyed.
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