Warning: These photos might make you hungry!
Thank-you to everyone who entered the competition. We saw some delicious food and were impressed by the variety of the entries. Here are the three winning photos.
Most delicious – Pizza by Bogdan
Most artistic – Cucumber salad by Ruihan
Best sandwich – Avocado, egg and chicken by Hesper
The deadline for the photo competition has been extended to February 14th, 2018.
There is still time to snap, post, and win!
Please read below and visit our Facebook page for more information.
(Photo by Di Lei, 2017)
Snap, Post and Win!
To kick off our new Facebook page, we are launching a student photo competition. It’s easy to enter; just follow these steps:
- Snap a photo
- Post your photo on our Facebook page with a caption and #MyRdgStudentMeal
- Stand a chance to win prizes
P.S You have to like us on Facebook!
Prizes will be awarded in three categories:
Most delicious- Jamie Oliver’s cookbook: 5 Ingredients – Quick & Easy Food
Most artistic- A £20 Blackwell’s voucher
Best sandwich- A ‘Works Bagel’ voucher from UoR Bagel Man
The competition is open only to current UoR students and ends on 4th Feb 2018, 11.59pm (GMT).
Have fun snapping away- simple or complicated; meal or snack; homemade or dine-out, we don’t mind!
• Entries are limited to 3 photos per person.
• Decisions of the judging panel will be final. Posts after the deadline will not be considered.
• Your photo entry may be used by the ISFP in social and print media (credit will be given).
To inspire you, we have included these beautiful photos shared by two of our team members.
(Photo by Haruna Kitagawa, 2017)
We are looking for students to help shape the project.
Share your views on eating at Uni and have some fun. Come along to our first meeting – no preparation needed.
- Wednesday 29 November
- Edith Morley Room 124
All kinds of contributions, including stories, practical advice, and favourite recipes or addresses, will be welcome. Participation in the project will count towards the RED Award.
There will be food!
The International Student Food Project arises from the recognition of the significant role food can play in the acculturation experience of international students in the UK. Food practices (shopping, cooking, eating) have a strong influence on both physical and emotional well-being, but are rarely explored in depth during student pre-arrival and orientation programmes.
The project (with funding from UKCISA) will be focused on the creation of a food induction toolkit to raise awareness of food’s social and cultural importance, draw attention to common issues or challenges, and provide a rich set of resources for students. Most of all, we want to share and celebrate our students’ different cultures through food. #WeAreInternational
We will be working closely with student volunteers and societies to create the toolkit. More information about opportunities to participate will follow shortly.
Follow us on Twitter: @IntStudentFood