Sourcing and Quality Control

How We Source Our Food As well as helping people provide healthy, tasty food for their families, at Catch 77 we also aim to help reduce the waste of surplus food. Food that hasn’t been sold but still is edible is called surplus food. Food becomes surplus from over production, labelling errors

Week Beginning 11th January

Week Beginning 11th January Onions Chilli Spice Mix Tinned Tomatoes Chilli Celery Butter Tinned Kidney Beans Jacket Potatoes Spaghetti Carrots Tomato and Mascarpone Pasta Sauce or Alternative Brussels Sprouts or Greens Bacon Lardons or Bacon Potatoes for Mashing Cauliflower Passata

Cauliflower Casserole

Cauliflower Casserole 1 Head of Cauliflower150 ml Sour Cream100 g Cheddar Cheese1 Pepper Place chopped cauliflower in to a saucepan and cover fully with water. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat, cover and simmer till tender, this take about 5-10 minutes. Then drain away water.In a large bowl, combine the cauliflower, sour cream and cheese,

Bean Chilli with Jacket Potatoes

Bean Chilli with Jacket Potato 1 tbsp Oil1 Onion2 Carrot, grated2 Sticks of Celery2 Cloves of Garlic4 Jacket Potatoes1 Tin of Tomatoes1 Passata1 Tin of Kidney Beans Sautee chopped onion and garlic in oil. Add chopped celery sticks, spices, tinned tomatoes and passata.Then add grated carrot and then rinse kidney beans add to the tomato

Week Beginning 4th

Week Beginning 4th January Pasta Butter Flour Fresh Milk UHT Milk Mustard Minced Beef Eggs Beetroot Tenderstem Broccoli Cereal Oranges Onions Lettuce Onion Garlic Tinned Chopped Tomatoes Dried Oregano Mushrooms Breaded Fish Bananas Lemons Carrots Yoghurts Potatoes Passata Parsnips Baked Beans

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