On Monday 18 May National Vegetarian Week, sponsored by ‘Nothing But’, will launch in Newcastle-upon-Tyne. The week is a celebration of all things veggie and this year has as its theme ‘Share!’ The Vegetarian Society and its cookery school will be marking the start of the week by sharing pizza with visitors to its travelling pizza kitchen.
Pop along to Northumberland Street South, Newcastle-upon-Tyne from 11:30 to 14:30 to watch our cookery school whip up a pizza, help choose the toppings then taste the fruits of their labour. There’ll be a chance to chat and even pick up a freebie pack. For recipes, events info and details of the pizza tour, head to www.nationalvegetarianweek.org
Share a pizza
Alex Connell, Principal Tutor at the Vegetarian Society Cookery School said, “We are really looking forward to launching National Vegetarian Week in Newcastle. It’s a beautiful and bustling city so where better to start our seven-day pizza sharing tour? Come on down and say hi, watch us creating the pizza, choose toppings and then sample a delicious slice! We want to get out and share delicious veggie food with as many people as possible during the week. Recent studies have shown that around 20% of the population are choosing to eat more meat-free meals so this is great way for us to show how tasty vegetarian food can be – and what better to share than pizza!”
Newcastle is the start of the Vegetarian Society’s tour of the UK, covering almost 800 miles and creating delicious pizzas to share in 7 locations. They will be visiting:
18 May – Newcastle, Northumberland Street South
19 May – Glasgow, Sauchiehall Street
20 May – Belfast, SS Nomadic, Titanic Quarter
21 May – Liverpool, Church Street
22 May – Leicester, Humberstone Gate West
23 May – Reading, Broad Street
24 May – Cardiff, Working Street
Join in with National Vegetarian Week 2015
Visit www.nationalvegetarianweek.org for recipe ideas to get you sharing – lemon and lime dal, pasta salad, quick kidney bean burgers, Thai mushroom soup with wontons, artichoke and asparagus paella, gorgeous gumbo stew, a chocolatey chilli, pizza, sharing salad and surprise brownies. This National Vegetarian Week celebrate veggie food, and discover how you can be kinder to animals, the planet and yourself.
The Vegetarian Society organises National Vegetarian Week (18 – 24 May 2015), runs its own vegetarian cookery school and provides services to support those pursuing a veggie way of life, including the Vegetarian Society approved trademark scheme. Find out more at www.vegsoc.org
Quelle: The Vegetarian Society