At Local Food Links we normally steer away from politics and concentrate on our area of expertise, great school food, but given that there has been a lot of discussion in the media about the Conservative Party’s manifesto pledge to abolish universal … Continued
Now you can download our 10-year Celebration Recipe book here.
Dorset catering company, Local Food Links (LFL), has served up millions of school meals since it was founded in 2006. What began as soup and a roll followed by a slice of cake one day a week at Bridport Primary … Continued
Multi-tiered rainbow cakes, sugar spun crowns and chocolate corgis were featured amongst some of the outstanding entries received in our ‘Design a Cake fit for the Queen’ competition. Local Food Links asked the children “If you had the job of … Continued
We have received a huge number of fantastic and creative entries for our ‘Design a Cake fit for the Queen’ competition. We are so impressed by the level of detail and the fantastic ideas the children have come up with. … Continued
In Real Food Rebels, Natalie Savona visits our Bridport kitchen, helps make 1,000 school meals, and learns how we serve healthy local food to more people.
Sticky Toffee Pudding with Custard has been very popular at lunchtimes this term. It’s a real winter warmer treat. Here is our recipe to download. So why not try this at home and let us know on our Facebook page … Continued
Local Food Links have recently been made the subject of a TV programme. It will be aired on the Community Channel on Monday 22nd Feb at 10pm. Here’s a bit more info about the series… http://www.realfoodrev.co.uk/#!food-rebels/pt873
The search is on… The search is underway for the LACA (Lead Association for CAtering in Education) School Chef of the Year 2016. Four school chefs from the South West, including Tracy Dawson (Cook at Local Food Links’ Blandford kitchen), … Continued
A big thank you to everyone who entered our Christmas Card competition – We had more than 200 entries overall! Congratulations to our winner, Katie Hull (age 11) from Shillingstone School, we’re sure you’ll love her winning design as much … Continued