Improving environmental sustainability in the food industry by readdressing methods of food production and local food networks.
|I created an applique patchwork wrap around for her to wear.|
|adding a little extra detail|
|to both sides of the apron|
|it really made her look quite the part!|
|Then it was time to have a rummage and source everything we needed for a well presented table..I knew all this stuff would come in use one day!!|
|We kept with the patchwork theme and cut out letters to match for the backdrop|
|Made a few minor adjustments, et, voila!|
|Each stall had to run a competition as part of the assessment, so after securing a free veg box from able & cole as a prize, she created a 'competition garden' for people to guess how long it took from a courgette seed being planted to flower and end up on your plate!? The stall was very well received and the competition especially - I love the idea of using the plant markers as your guess!|
|So here is a happy Nic caught by instagram on the day!|
Well done sis! Look forward to seeing you on Wednesday!
|Making Local Food Work were the main sponsors of her stall|
|and Taste Real Food UK have played an important part of her uni life this year too!
Highlights include her organising various tasting events at local drinkeries and eateries:
most recently at the newly opened Tamper in Sheffield, and an up and coming trip to Ludlow Food Festival.