The launch of the CAP Cook Book preview marks the start of a new Groupe de Bruges’ project to communicate the CAP 2014-2020 to the general public in a ‘digestible’ way. Seven local events will be held in March and April 2016 on seven farms across the European Union. Each event will host a one day programme of farm tours, cookery workshops by local chefs, CAP presentations by experts and stakeholders as well as lunch- and dinner-debates.
This one-of-a-kind CAP Cook Book offers a unique perspective about the CAP. Practical information on the CAP, written in an easy to understand way, is combined with real recipes of Slow Food chefs and portraits of (young) farmers from across Europe explaining how they implement the CAP to make agriculture both more sustainable and more competitive. We also feature interviews, short essays of experts and stakeholders, giving their views on the new CAP and its implementation.
For book preview and more information on the ‘CAP, What’s cooking?’ project is available at www.capwhatscooking.eu.