Derrick Etoyu


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Derrick Etoyu went on a community mission

Wed 24th Apr at 6:00pm

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Derrick Etoyu went on a community mission

Tue 23rd Apr at 6:00pm

Working Flat(bread) out on the production line

Luton Report written by Martin R

Tonight 6 Goodgymers got stuck in at the temple cooking classes. Supporting the evening event, put on for the Friends of the temple and the Roma Trust. Adrian took up the rolling pin and headed up the chapati production line. Lukyamuzi joined the team for his first experience at the temple and got stuck in buttering chapatis. Musa and Derrick were flipping the breads and making sure they were cooked before passing them down the line. The meal being prepared was Sweet pepper curry 🍛.
Gill, mayra and myself joined a little into the session as we'd been at another task, but we all got stuck in with the cooking and serving of the food. Everyone enjoyed the evening and we look forward to supporting again.

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Derrick Etoyu went on a community mission

Mon 15th Apr at 6:00pm

Rice, rice baby

Luton Report written by Martin R

Tonights cooking class at the Shri Guru Ravidass Sangat Gudwara was very well attended. 6 of Lutons Goodgym team supported with cooking and cleaning to help the evenings session go smoothly. The Aunties were showing attendees from the Roma Trust and friends of the temple, how to make vegetable biryani. The delicious rice dish was accompanied by some lovely rice pudding and savoury yoghurt, and a tasty cup of chai. It was great to see communities working together, well done team

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Derrick Etoyu signed up to a community mission.

Mon 15th Apr at 6:00pm

Cooking at the temple

Bringing communities together

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Derrick Etoyu went on a community mission

Thu 11th Apr at 6:00pm

Never a dal moment.

Luton Report written by Martin R

Tonight at the Shri Guru Ravidass Sangat Gudwara, 4 Luton Goodgymers helped the Temples Aunties cook, wash up and host members of the Roma trust and the Link Centre. We helped to cook vegetable rice, dad and rice pudding. Derrick was hooked and took notes whilst stirring the pot and adding spices to the delicious meal. It was great to see the Aunties sharing there tips and tricks with the guests, explaining about spices and giving everyone a chance to taste them and learn the flavours. Duncan got stuck in with some heavy lifting, when the rice needed draining before adding it to the spice mix. There was a minor spillage but we soon cleared it up. It was great to have Musa back after a short break over Ramadan, and he got stuck in with the cooking as soon as he arrived. We all got to taste the finished dishes, then all chipped on with washing up and tidying away. The Aunties were greatly appreciative. Great session team. Well done

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Wayne

Sat 13th Apr at 6:29pm

Great Job Everyone.

Derrick Etoyu
Derrick Etoyu signed up to a community mission.

Thu 11th Apr at 6:00pm

Cooking at the temple

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Derrick Etoyu completed 10 good deeds with GoodGym. 🥇

Tuesday 9th April

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Derrick Etoyu completed 10 good deeds with GoodGym.

Derrick has done 10 good deeds. They are a trusted GoodGym runner and are now eligible to join their local TaskForce.

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Derrick Etoyu went on a community mission

Tue 9th Apr at 5:00pm

Another Newbie at Foodcycle

Luton Report written by Gill (She/her)

Two of our regular Goodgym FoodCyclers had already signed up to cook this evening, but as the day wore on the organisers were worried about the number of regular volunteers for hosting the meal and put out a plea for any extra help. Having posted this on our WhatsApp group it was great that Derrick was free this evening and willing to sign up to the Foodcycle website, complete the training and sign himself up to help with the hosting. Gill and Mayra had arrived early to start on the cooking with three of the FoodCycle Team and dinner preparations were soon underway. Myra was tasked with peeling and chopping an enormous number of leeks ready for the leek, potato and cauliflower soup. She just have enjoyed it a lot as she was soon weeping with joy... yes I'm sure they were tears of joy and not that the leeks were making her cry! Gill and Jordi got busy preparing a Quorn based Bolognaise while one of new friends Harrison put together a delicious apple and pear crumbled with an oaty topping. Around 6pm Derrick arrived and we welcomed him into the fold - although his welcome was more like being thrown into the deep end, as service was underway. He was given the briefest of briefings, and then dived straight into serving up steaming bowls of soup, clearing tables, serving the mains and puddings. Although he was only able to stay for part of the shift his help was appreciated by guests and hosts alike. Another delicious meal served with care and kindness to around 48 guests down to GoodGym and FoodCycle 's great partnership. We're hoping we can encourage a few more GoodGYmers to take a turn at FoodCycle as it's a great team with a fab atmosphere.

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Derrick Etoyu went on a community mission

Mon 8th Apr at 6:00pm

Cooking up a treat, instead of meet and greet

Luton Report written by Martin R

Sometimes, despite best intentions, things just don't turn out how they're planned. Tonight's task was one of those instances. 3 of the Luton team turned up to the Shri Guru Ravidass Sangat Gudwara to help out with a 'near neighbours' funded project. The project involves the Aunties from the temple, cooking for and with a group from another community. In this instance it was members of the Roma trust and the link centre, 2 local community groups. Unfortunately, both groups had to cancel at the last minute and the temple was left with a lot of ingredients and no one to cook show how to cook the meals. Fortunately some friends of the temple turned up so there were some people to cook with and the aunties got to share their skills in the and we all chipped in with the cooking, cleaning (and eating). It was great. Mayra was having Chapati for the first time and explained how they were very similar to the tortilla from her home country. Derrick took charge of buttering up 🧈 the chapatis when they came off the stove and then turned his hand at cooking them too. We helped to make, Aubergine and potato curry, with chapatis and rice pudding for dessert. After eating we all helped to tidy up and were thanked for our support. There will be more opportunities to support the Gudwara over the coming weeks, so look out for the tasks and sign up to learn a new skill whilst helping this fantastic organisation deliver another project that bridges gaps between cultures and brings communities together.

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Derrick Etoyu
Derrick Etoyu signed up to a community mission.

Mon 8th Apr at 6:00pm

Cooking at the temple

Bringing communities together

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