Lessons on cooking a perfect curry

PUBLISHED: 17:30 12 June 2012

Emily Wheeler, Brooklyn Sheppard and Emily Weeks with Project worker Michelle Cleary, Heidi Stuart-Thompson and Chef Moslek Uddin.

Emily Wheeler, Brooklyn Sheppard and Emily Weeks with Project worker Michelle Cleary, Heidi Stuart-Thompson and Chef Moslek Uddin.

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A CHANCE to learn how to cook a range of Indian dishes with the help of a chef is on offer thanks to a new community project.

Michelle Cleary and Our Way Our Say Engage are running a 10-week course to teach people over the age of 16 how to make fresh, healthy Indian meals. The group is delivering the project after securing funding from Alliance Homes.

Moslek Uddin, of Chutney’s takeaway in Aller Parade on Weston’s Oldmixon estate, was the chef on hand to pass on his skills free of charge.

The course, held at Bournville Primary School in Selworthy Road, began on Monday and is running for a further nine weeks.

To get in touch with the group, email ourwayoursayengage@googlemail.com


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