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Understanding Fairtrade Through the Language of Recipes 2012

Understanding Fairtrade Through the Language of Recipes 2012

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What makes global trade fair.
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Published by: Prosenjit76 on Mar 04, 2012
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Mulled Fairtrade Wine 
Although a little sad, free alcohol does drag a lot of attention when it comes to creating awareness ingeneral public.March,is a good time, when there is still a little bit of chill in the air and people canenjoy the spiced red wine. The recipe below includes as many Fairtrade items, as possible and can beprepared in the church pantry before dishing out of akettle/or ladling out of a sauce pan. sat on top of aelectric hob/camping stove(depending upon the availability of electricity)
Ingredients
250 ml water750 ml(1 bottle)
FAIRTRADE
red wine150 gm
FAIRTRADE
sugar4
FAIRTRADE
cloves10 ml
FAIRTRADE
groundcinnamona pinch
FAIRTRADE
groundnutmega pinchground chili powder2
FAIRTRADE
lemons1
FAIRTRADE
orange
Method
Preparation
Slice (thin slices are best) the lemons and orange.
Cooking
Boil the water, sugar, cloves and ground cinnamonnutmeg and chili to dissolve the sugar and add slices fromone of the lemons. Allow to stand for 15 minutes toinfuse.Add the full bottle of red wine and gently heat through.Do not allow the mixture to boil.Once hot, strain into a serving bowl and add theremaining orange and lemon slices as a garnish.Serve in disposable shot glassesP.s. 1 Bottle of wine caters to about 50 punters.
 
 
Caraway Coffee 
FAIRTRADE
coffee with a strong hint of caraway. This is the coffee used for the
celebrations
of seeing the sun for the first time after the long days of winter. If we want to create a rather alcohol free,drink this is the way forward.
Ingredients
2 table spoons
FAIRTRADE
CoffeeBeans /filter coffee powder1 teaspoon Caraway seedsto taste
FAIRTRADE
sugarto taste cream or milk 
Method
Preparation
Put the beans and seeds intoa coffee grinder, and grind toyour desired fineness.
Cooking
Make filter coffee or cafetiere coffee in the usual way.P.s.This is quiet an easy way to serve a non alcoholic Fairtrade drink while sending out a goodmessage. Depending upon the amountof time we want to be hosting this event, we can adjust thequantity of coffee, sugar; cream and milk required and add the caraway seeds into the mix. Serving thecoffee is quiet simple, out of a cafetiere and is quiet comforting especially if the heavensplan to break open.
 
Ready steady Fairtrade Tearamisu
This is my take on the Classic Italian dish Tiramisu. I like this dish, as the end result is sweetand quiet comforting. Easy to assemble we can make this dish, as a part of the cookingdemonstration, and get members of the public to muck in into the process. Depending uponthe traffic of people interested, this makes a good press picture, and a colorful dish, ready inminutes. A cheap bottle of brandy goes along way in this dish, and will be enough for thewhole day. To add a little bit of fancy we can get kids to create fruit garnishes for thetearamisu.
Serves: 6Ingredients
50 ml Double cream1 tbs (Fairtrade) Tea2 tbs Caster sugar (Fairtrade)4 tbs Tia Maria or brandy250g tub Mascarpone cheese200g pack Lady Fingers Biscuits/any other sweet biscuit50g grated Dark chocolate (Fairtrade)
Method
1.Mix together the tea, 300ml boiling water, sugar and Tia Maria or brandy. Stir until everythinghas dissolved. Beat the mascarpone, and double cream until softened.2.Dip half the biscuits quickly in the coffee mixture and use to line the base of a glass servingdish. Sprinkle a third of the chocolate over the biscuits, then half the custard mixture. Repeatthese layers, and then sprinkle with the remaining chocolate.

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