Cook a winning dinner in aid of #CurryForChange

Curry for Change Find Your Feet charity rural community women

Anyone who’s scoffed and supped at a supperclub will understand the allure of eating cheek by jowl with strangers. Sharing food is the fastest route to friendship; breaking bread serving to breakdown barriers and cross those crucial cultural differences that really shouldn’t mean much at all.

But what if you could share some of the spoils with individuals from far further afield – even those eating on an entirely different continent? In a less literal sense, that’s what the #CurryforChange campaign is all about. Participants might not quite be sharing their real meal with the charity’s food impoverished communities, but you can ensure them a pretty winning dinner by playing the host with the most and getting your diners to donate to the cause.

Find Your Feet works at ground level and with the  rural communities themselves; encouraging personal proactivity, empowerment, and education. In all those areas, the spirit may well be willing, but the flesh cannot be able without an adequate nutritional intake. Without food, there’s failure. And for Find Your Feet, failing their communities simply isn’t an option.

Find Your Feet Curry for Change charity community India

Want to help feed funds into the campaign? In October, Find Your Feet needs you to #CurryforChange; cooking a knockout meal for mates and asking them all to donate the price of a takeaway to the charity. You don’t have to be a brilliant chef to be a #CurryforChange supperclub superstar – the charity will sort you out with a few nice bits from Natco and a fair few recipe cards from some cracking cooks.

Prefer viewing video versions? Check out official #CurryforChange recipe demos of Deena Kakaya’s Blackeye bean pakoras and coconut kadhi, Ellie Matthew’s Spiced roast lamb, and the Bombay Bad Boy chocolate cheesecake from yours truly.

Do sign up. Do help Find Your Feet help their communities find their own. I, and they, thank you….

Zoe Perrett The Spice Scribe supporting Curry For Change charity Find Your Feet India

  • Sign up to host a #CurryforChange supperclub here
  • Top tips for hosts here
  • Read about some key #CurryforChange supporters here
  • Read about Find Your Feet on Times of India blogs here 
  • See the Bombay Bad Boy chocolate cheesecake recipe here
  • Watch the Bombay Bad Boy chocolate cheesecake being made here
  • Watch #CurryforChange supporters talk about the cause here

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