Introduction to collaborations
Kitchen Garden Retreat
Meditation, growing plants & cooking simply with Lara Cowan and Louisa Chapman-Andrews of Cook Folk.
Join us for a kitchen garden inspired retreat – part of the Soil To Soul collaboration between Botanic Shed & Cook Folk supported by medical herbalist Alex Laird.
Expect a gong bath, reiki, reflexology, to learn about edible plants, including a mindful gardening lesson, hands on cookery demo and skills to manage trauma and set backs.
Nourish with Cookfolk
EAT WELL, STAY WELL THIS WINTER
Winter is back and with it a more urgent need to stay healthy.
Yet some of us – perhaps more sinners than saints – miss a trick by not eating well, to stay well.
One catalyst to my knowledge has been our Nourish Your Body series on Conscious Working’s Tribe platform and its star guest Louisa Chapman-Andrews, cook, teacher, food writer and founder of Cook Folk.
Having now had three lessons with Louisa, our home cooked meals have been transformed – my family are eating better than ever. Louisa is a great cook, great teacher and delight to be with whilst you hone your culinary skills – I can’t recommend her enough.
James Lohan, Founder, Mr & Mrs Smith
Having a couple of lessons with Louisa has literally been life changing! I can now cook delicious, healthy meals and find entertaining super easy rather than before when I never knew what to cook– I would definitely recommend a few sessions with her – my fridge and freezer are now always full with yummy things, and no longer does it get to lunch and I am stuck for what to cook. She is AMAZING – it was the one of the best Christmas presents I have ever had.
Emmie Faust, Feel Good Marketing, W3
Louisa spent two hours with me in my kitchen teaching me how to create a larder and a fridge that work to support recipe-free and hassle-free cooking for a busy life. She used the time to showcase foundational cooking skills so that I had a variety of dishes that I would be able to recreate with my own style over the weeks to come. I’m excited to check out the spice blends she recommended and to continue to make simple food more easily.