A NEW community platform has launched to support the city’s favourite food and drink businesses during self-isolation. 

The Glasgow Pantry will provide online content to boost morale, support local food and drink outlets and inform Glaswegians about how to cook. 

The service includes live cook-a-longs with top chefs as well as recipes, virtual tasting sessions and cupboard challenges with a host of well known Glasgow chefs. 

Glasgow Times:

Nicola Moir, Co-founder Atomic10 said: “Our vision is to help Glasgow stay connected with their favourite businesses from their kitchen. 

“Self-isolation can be lonely, and we hope we can support each other through lockdown with our new Glasgow Pantry online community and social channels with some much-needed light relief." 

This weekend, Laurie MacMillan from Cafe Strangebrew hosting a Sunday brunch live from 11am on Sunday where she will make Italian baked eggs.

More information here.