Health and wellbeing

About Good Food Barnsley

Good Food Barnsley is made up of a group of private, public and third sector organisations working to build a better Barnsley where everyone has the right to the food they need to thrive.

As part of the Healthy Holidays team, we want to encourage everyone to have fun creating nutritious and healthy meals. Whether it's supporting with some basic cooking tips such as how to chop an onion, or making a delicious pasta sauce, we believe that food can bring people and families together.

Barnsley has some fantastic people and organisations working with food and supporting families, and we’ve put together a range of great recipes from of some of the fantastic organisations working in Barnsley today.

If you'd like to contribute to this page, contact Good Food Barnsley

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The FullCrumb Kitchen

FareShare Yorkshire launched The FullCrumb Kitchen in March 2020 to help support individuals and community groups to get the best out of the food.

You can take a look at some of their cooking ideas and tutorials below, and visit their YouTube channel for even more.

If you try one of their recipes or have a cooking question, you can get in touch through social media at either:

Go to The FullCrumb Kitchen on YouTube

Egg-based recipes

One-cup pancakes

Jacket potato with tuna and sweetcorn

How to cook pasta

Simple tomato sauce

Community Shop

One of Community Shop’s three core spaces is the Community Kitchen - a space where people can come together through the medium of food.

Below are a few examples of some of the recipes that the chefs offer, or you view more on their YouTube channel.

Go to Community Shop on YouTube

Easy breakfast

Basic tomato soup

Easy slow cooker casserole

#FoodTube with Jamie Oliver

Beautiful recipes, expert tutorials and fresh ideas from one the UK's most popular chefs!

You can watch some of Jamie's getting started videos below, or visit his YouTube channel for many more.

Go to the Jamie Oliver channel on YouTube

How to chop an onion

Cooking pasta

Jamie's top five healthy tips

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