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The latest #GoodFoodCardiff story is about how lockdown has made The Wongs slow down, be happy and live a more sustainable life by growing and cooking their own food.

Since launching #GoodFoodCardiff to celebrate the positive things happening around food during this pandemic, we’ve been overwhelmed with the response and wanted to share some of the stories here. If you would like to share your story you can submit it here.

Today we hear about the massive team effort from Dan Wilson, Lee Wright, Louise Coombs, Sasha Griffiths and Gareth Bendle and many more at Cardiff Youth Service, to help young people grow and cook food during lockdown.

Introducing #GoodFoodCardiff stories! Since launching #GoodFoodCardiff to celebrate the positive things happening around food during this pandemic, we’ve been overwhelmed with the response and wanted to share some of the stories here.

Our next #GoodFoodCardiff story is Chloe. Whilst helping write and edit the new Covid-19 food information hub pages, Chloe has been cooking lots and discovering new local suppliers.

Introducing #GoodFoodCardiff stories! Since launching #GoodFoodCardiff to celebrate the positive things happening around food during this pandemic, we’ve been overwhelmed with the response and wanted to share some of the stories here.

First up is Ahmed Ali, who has been distributing food parcels and hot meals through the Al-Ikhlas Centre.

For more growing tips and resources click here for our ‘Grow Your Own Food’ page. Despite the challenges living under lockdown has brought, Food

Many of us find ourselves with a new role of ‘home educator’. From cooking, baking and growing your own food, there are lots of opportunities to try out new recipes and develop skills in this process. Here are some helpful tools and resources to incorporate food into home activities.

Looking for some cooking inspiration?  The Public Health Dietetics team have a range of fantastic recipes for Get Cooking course participants, through Nutrition Skills

I’m Emma and have been a dietitian for 24 years. I work for the Cardiff & Vale University Health Board and believe everyone has the right to a healthy balanced diet. Sometimes it can feel hard to eat well if you don’t have much cooking equipment, but there are lots of options to enjoy good food. I’ve put together some low cost main meals and light meals ideas that can be made when only a hob, toaster and microwave are available.

Cardiff’s multi-award winning school holiday enrichment programme (SHEP), Food and Fun has picked up its ninth award at the renowned 2018 Foodservice Catey Awards.

This week, Katie Palmer of Food Cardiff was invited to run a workshop for the UpRising programme in the Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff.