How are you involved in the CGF work?
I have been working with CGF since 2014, starting off as a volunteer before I became a Coordinator on the Community projects and the Cookery School. I now work as a Cooking Leader teaching the Cantonese, Japanese, Thai, and Vietnamese Cookery Classes. I also work on alongside other Cookery Leaders to deliver cookery classes in the community both in-person and online.
What are your food inspirations?
I really enjoy learning from other people, their traditional foods, and the stories behind their recipes. I think it is really important to keep traditional recipes alive and celebrate their origins. I take inspiration from the places I have travelled to as I try to take cookery classes to learn how to cook the local cuisines.
What do you do in your spare time?
When I’m not working I like to eat out, practice yoga, and travel. As I’m usually working with food all day, it’s a treat for me to have my dinner cooked for me! I also enjoy pottering around my patio garden, where I’m experimenting with growing more unusual crops in a limited amount of space.