Good Food Oxford strives for everyone in Oxford to eat healthily every day, tackling diet-related ill health and the inequality in access to food, education and skills in Oxford.

Cooking Resources

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On our cooking resources page you can download the Good Food Cooking Toolkit and other useful resources for healthy cooking. The Good Food Cooking Toolkit is a handy guide to creative cooking without recipes – starting from the ingredients you have at hand whether it’s from a seasonal veg box, from an allotment, a foodbank or community fridge. Download the toolkit for free or pick up a copy at one of our GFO events.  

On our cooking resources page you can also download the Good Food Cooking Framework, a comprehensive resource for people who teach cooking skills in Oxfordshire. With sections on healthy eating, affordable food and sustainability.

Oxfordshire Food Superstars

Oxfordshire Food Superstars is a campaign developed in collaboration between Oxfordshire County Council, Public Health and Good Food Oxford to help people get the food they need during and after the COVID-19 pandemic.

The idea is to share information to help people to cook, eat well, grow their own food and waste less. The Oxfordshire Food Superstar resources are designed to connect and inspire individuals, food providers and practitioners by celebrating and sharing best practice and responding to the needs for our communities and food providers. The campaign is community facing and in partnership with anybody who is helping people to get the food they need and those struggling to access food.

Where to Find Good Food

Buying Good Food

Growing food 

Community food services & food equity resources

Skills and Training

Our research and projects

Good Food Oxford offer support, consultancy and publicity to our network members working towards food equity. We also undertake s a variety of research and projects to bring healthy, affordable food to those in need including: