I am lucky to live in a wonderful community at this time of year our local online bulletin board is full of people raising money , gathering food for the foodbank.
The lovely Inkyung who runs regular Korean cookery classes and pop-up takeaways has also stepped up recently saying she wanted to raise money for bereaved families for whom this time of year can be particularly difficult.
Despite having two small children and running her own business she has in a a few short weeks galvanised the community with donations of time and ingredients and will be hosting a a pop-up Korean Food Stall from 12pm til 2pm as well as 5-7.30pm at 78 Holme Road West Bridgford NG2 5AD.
All funds raised will be donated to the Childrens Bereavement Centre a uniquely special centre, where children, young people and their families from Nottinghamshire who are affected by terminal illness, death or parental separation, can access the support and guidance they need.
Many busy Mums and Dads are giving up their time over the next few weeks (I’ll be there on the 12th of December 2017) to make up the frozen mandu (Korean dumplings) – either pork or vegetarian , that are for sale on the day to takeaway. These are just £10 for 15 these are perfect New Years Eve/Christmas eve snacks. She’s even put together a video of how to cook them.
Pre-ordering of food on the day is essential via text to Inkyung on 07852186279 of via her Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/inkyungkitchen/
Korean style burger £5
lotus root chips £2
popcorn chicken with a sweet and tangy sauce £5
vegetarian mandu (which is a Korean dumpling) with a spicy sauce £5
Further details can be found on her website Inkyung’s Kitchen https://www.facebook.com/inkyungkitchen/