Referral

Senior Chef Referral Form for health professionals and community support services

 

Criteria
> Age ≥ 60 years  (or age ≥ 55 years for Māori, Pacifica or people affected by age-related diseases), and

Lives alone or with one other person, and
> Wants to improve skills, motivation, or confidence around cooking
 
Exclusions
> Significant communication barriers, e.g. sight, hearing without aids, dementia
> Unable to safely use hands to operate kitchen equipment
> Significant mobility issues and/or unable to stand for up to 1 hour

 

 

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Senior Chef Classes

Senior Chef runs throughout the Canterbury region, including Kaikōura, Rangiora, Kaiapoi, Lincoln, Ashburton and Christchurch.

Term 1, 2021

Linwood Union Church, starting Monday 15 February, 11am - 2pm

Papanui, Christchurch North Methodist, starting Tuesday 16 February, 10am - 1pm

Avonhead, St Christopher's Church, starting Tuesday 16 February, 10am - 1pm

New Brighton, Grace Vineyard Beach Campus, starting Friday 12 February, 10am - 1pm

For more information contact us on

0800 333 405 or email on  senior.chef@pegasus.org.nz

 

What's New

We're keeping in in touch via our Facebook page and regular quarterly newsletter.

We're keeping in in touch via our Facebook page and regular quarterly newsletter.

Our December newsletter is out now!

Enjoy our recipes with strawberries and our Summer salad dresssings.

We review which oil is best to use and have a reminder about stocking up on Vitamin D over summer

There's information on scams and staying well over summer.

 

 

Recipe of the Month

This Roasted Stone Fruit with Honey & Almonds recipe is adapted from the Heart Foundation. It is brimming with the taste of summer!

You can use any stone fruit - peaches, nectarines, plums or apricots and it's a great way to use up fruit that has been sitting in your fruit bowl for a bit too long! 

If you have diabetes, leave out the honey - the natural sugars in the fruit will be sweet enough!

Roasted Fruit

Recipe of the Month

This Roasted Stone Fruit with Honey & Almonds recipe is adapted from the Heart Foundation. It is brimming with the taste of summer!

You can use any stone fruit - peaches, nectarines, plums or apricots and it's a great way to use up fruit that has been sitting in your fruit bowl for a bit too long! 

If you have diabetes, leave out the honey - the natural sugars in the fruit will be sweet enough!

Roasted Fruit

 

 

What's New

We're keeping in in touch via our Facebook page and regular quarterly newsletter.

Our December newsletter is out now!

Enjoy our recipes with strawberries and our Summer salad dresssings.

We review which oil is best to use and have a reminder about stocking up on Vitamin D over summer

There's information on scams and staying well over summer.