Chef masterclass videos

Food waste is a constant challenge for commercial kitchens, which creativity in the kitchen can really help to tackle. Watch our chef masterclasses to get practical tips and ideas on how to get the most from ingredients, waste less and save money.  

These masterclasses are part of the support we provide for signatories to the Hospitality and Food Service Agreement (HaFSA) which works with the sector to prevent food waste, optimise packaging and recycle more.  
 

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Making the most of your meat 

 

 

 

 

 



Take a look at the chicken liver recipe here

 

Making the most of your fish

 

 

 

 




Take a look at the hake, samphire and red pepper salsa recipe here

 

Making the most of your vegetables  


 

 




 

Take a look at the green oil recipe here

 

More tips, tools and guidance on how to prevent food waste:

• Information sheet - 'Want to cut the cost of food waste?'
• The Hospitality and Food Service Agreement 
• WRAP's Hospitality and Food Service homepage

WRAP’s Love Food Hate Waste campaign has carried out research into the behaviours, attitudes and barriers for consumers around the food wasted when eating away from home. As a result we have developed a Resource Pack to help you work with your customers
to reduce plate waste: Engaging with consumers to help reduce plate waste      


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We would like to thank the following for their time and support in the making of these masterclasses:

  • Oliver Gladwin, Head Chef of The Shed and Rabbit restaurants. 
    The Shed is a member of the Sustainable Restaurant Association (SRA) and is taking part in Greater London Authority (GLA) FoodSave programme. Both SRA and GLA are supporters of the HaFSA.

 

 

  • Brakes Group
    Brakes Group is a founding signatory of WRAP’s Hospitality and Food Service Agreement and is working towards its targets.




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