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.

Senior Chef classes are currently on hold and are likely to resume in Term 3, starting the week of 20 July 2020.

For more information contact us on

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

 

Lincoln Monday 20 July, 10am - 1pm

Avonhead Tuesday 21 July, 10am - 1pm

Linwood Wednesday 22 July, 10am - 1pm

Papanui Thursday 23 July, 10am - 1pm

City Friday 24 July, 11am - 2pm

Ashburton and Rangiora TBA

Whangarei, through Whangarei Anglican Care Centre, Nikki Smith 09 437 6397

What's New

We're keeping in in touch via our Facebook page and regular quarterly newsletter - the next one is due out in June.  

March newsletter 

Enjoy our honey and balsamic roast vegetables and lots of ways to use them.  

We have some hot tips on how to keep your home safe, creative ways to connect with your community and information on our Autumn morning tea celebration. 

Try our beetroot recipes too!

Table Talk March 2020

 

Recipe of the Month

May is here and the days are turning a little chilly.  There's nothing better than a bowl of posh porridge to start your day! 

This recipe uses walnuts and banana but the sky is the limit for tasty combinations. 

You could add frozen berries, grated apple or chopped pear; prunes or dried apricots and a sprinkle of cinnamon.

Porridge1

 

Recipe of the Month

May is here and the days are turning a little chilly.  There's nothing better than a bowl of posh porridge to start your day! 

This recipe uses walnuts and banana but the sky is the limit for tasty combinations. 

You could add frozen berries, grated apple or chopped pear; prunes or dried apricots and a sprinkle of cinnamon.

Porridge1

 

What's New

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

Our June newsletter is out now!  

Enjoy our kumara recipes and our easy mid-winter Christmas trifle. 

We share new on-line healthy lifestyle programmes for seniors and show off our new promotional video for Senior Chef!

There's information on our term 3 classes plus advice on alcohol.

 Table Talk June 2020