Call for recipes!

Call for recipes!

Eddington Eats is moving online!


Dear neighbours,

I hope you are all safe and well inside, whether you are still in Eddington or staying with family elsewhere. My thoughts are with you. During these times it’s crucial to maintain our distance from others to prevent the spreading of COVID-19 and sadly that means that the Eddington Eats community dinner has been cancelled for the foreseeable future.

However, I would love to keep the community spirit alive and keep sharing good food with everyone in a new way, online. Now more than ever we are more reliant on cooking ourselves as restaurants are closed and daily supermarket trips are not as easy (and best avoided). Moreover, it is important to keep eating freshly prepared food whenever we can to stay healthy. Perhaps we even have more time to experiment with new recipes. Cooking is a great indoor activity!


Therefore, I decided to create a new Eddington Eats concept: The Eddington Cookbook. The cookbook will be a weekly recipe feature on the website blog every Wednesday. Together we can create a diverse collection of recipes and inspire each other to try something new. But to do so I need your help: if you have a recipe that you love and would like to share with other Eddington residents please don’t hesitate to send it to me (Lis) at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. . Please also let me know the reason why you want to share it, if it has any history or meaning to you and how long you have been living in Eddington.

I will kick off this Wednesday with the first recipe about: baking bread! I would like to show you that baking your own bread can be very easy, and delicious. Keep an eye out for that and I hope to hear from you!

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