We served 58 customers in total today, including our outside catering for the Ladybird Project. There were lots of visitors as well as regulars at the cafe. They included a group who are keen to set up their own cafe, others who are interested in how the project helps the community and Adam, the founder of TRJFP (and his son). It is always lovely to have a diverse mix of people coming through the doors.
The kitchen team did a wonderful job, as always. Here’s what they cooked up and served today (including the outside catering):
- 28 portions of organic lentil and courgette soup
- 11 portions of spicy chicken and rice
- 25 portions of mushroom and garlic rice (or pasta)
- 22 portions of bolognese and pasta
- 9 portions of bread and butter pudding
- 23 portions of mincemeat tart
£96.29 was given in monetary donations, one person worked hard cleaning up the car park, whilst several others spent time clearing up and washing up. £12.90 was given in addition to this, as profits from healthy snacks that were sold at the university. One of the students uses our ‘waste’ food to create these snacks and then sells them at the Green Action Co op shop on campus.
A big thank you to everyone who supported the cafe today! You helped us to #feed bellies, not bins!