SAMESH cooking class presents: Classic Egg and Bacon Pie

SAMESH, 18/09/2020

SAMESH have still not been able tor resume their face to face cooking classes for PLHIV & older LGBTIQ+ community members, so Paul is continuing to develop recipes for you to try at home.

This week he brings us is a classic easy pie that “tastes great, is quick to make, can be eaten hot or cold, and uses a few simple fillings”.

“If you love bacon & eggs you will love this pie”, says Paul.

This recipe will make 1 large or 4 individual pies.

SAMESH cooking class presents: Rainbow Veggie Slice

SAMESH, 14/08/2020
SAMESH are still unable to hold their monthly cooking class for PLHIV and older LGBTIQ+ folk in person due to COVID-19, so Paul has tested another recipe for community members to try at home: a Rainbow Veggie Slice. 
 
Paul says: “This recipe has health and vegetarians in mind! It is slightly unusual in that it features a breakfast cereal as the secret ingredient – but don’t be put off, as you can’t taste it and it is a useful source of added fibre and a good binding agent for the ingredients!”
 
“The recipe suggests ‘stir fry’ veggies, but you can use any veggies of your choice”, says Paul. “And for those who can’t live without meat – add some bacon pieces or cook some bacon to have on the side.”
 

SAMESH cooking class presents: Pam’s Pumpkin & Corn Soup

SAMESH, 26/06/2020

Who doesn’t love a recipe from mum? This week we bring you Pam’s Pumpkin & Corn Soup – made by Paul’s mum especially for our recipe posts!

This recipe is a winter favourite that Pam makes whenever there is an excess of pumpkin in the vegie patch.

Pam is an old school home cook, but is always willing to test her skills trying something new – and come winter it is all about cooking warming meals and soups.

Pam is an avid fan of Masterchef and the Food Network, and she has a cupboard filled with recipe books old and new – which makes Paul’s life easier when he’s looking for a recipe to bring us for the SAMESH cooking class presents series! We continue to present recipes & tips while our face-to-face cooking classes for PLHIV and older LGBTIQ+ folk are unable to proceed.

NOTE: If you are a vegetarian, you can swap vegie stock for the chicken stock. Spring Gully Worcestershire Sauce is vegetarian and does not contain anchovies.

SAMESH cooking class presents:  Roast Vegetable Patties

SAMESH, 5th June 2020

SAMESH are stuck unable to their monthly cooking class for PLHIV and older LGBTIQ+ folk in person, so here is a new recipe from Paul for community members to try at home: patties made from roast vegetables. 

Whether you have some leftover roast vegetables, or whether you roast some especially for this recipe, you will love this delicious and hearty way to get some more vegetables into your diet.

Paul says: “these are healthy, vegetarian-friendly, yummy, and only take minutes to prepare and cook!”

SAMESH cooking class presents: Nourishing Bean Soup

SAMESH, 29/5/2020

This week, in In lieu of SAMESH’s face to face cooking classes for PLHIV and older LGBTIQ+ folk, Paul has worked on a soup recipe for community members to try at home. What better in this weather than a warming and nourishing bean soup?!

Paul says: “This week’s recipe is a winter warmer with a healthy angle- it’s perfect for vegetarians too. It is a nourishing bean soup with a rich tomato flavour: and like all soups, you can change the ingredients to suit your tastes or what is in your pantry or fridge.”

 

 

SHINE SA media release: INTERNATIONAL SEX WORKERS DAY

SHINE SA, Posted on 

International Sex Workers Day on June 2 provides an opportunity for us to support the rights of sex workers in South Australia and advocate for the decriminalisation of sex work.

Sex work is criminalised in South Australia which means that those engaging in relevant sex work activities can be prosecuted for criminal offences. SIN, SIDAC (Sex Industry Decriminalisation Action Committee) and Scarlet Alliance (Australian Sex Workers Association) advocate for decriminalisation which is seen as a best practice model by sex workers and supportive community-based organisations.

The decriminalisation of sex work would improve the safety, sexual health, emotional wellbeing and financial security of sex workers. Whilst sex workers may be more vulnerable to assault and exploitation, research shows this vulnerability is impacted by the policing, stigma and lack of labor rights which current sex work laws encourage.[1]

In a recent statement SIDAC said:

“Sex work will always exist, but is up to us to determine and guarantee, the conditions and safety of those involved. South Australia must decriminalise the industry in the best interests of both sex workers and the broader community.”

On this International Sex Workers Day we continue to support the decriminalisation of sex work in South Australia and its potential for positive impacts on the human rights of sex workers and the health of sex workers and the general public.

 

NOTES: [1] Platt, L., Grenfell, P., Meiksin, R., Elmes, J., Sherman, S. G., Sanders, T., Mwangi, P., & Crago, A. L. (2018). Associations between sex work laws and sex workers’ health: A systematic review and meta-analysis of quantitative and qualitative studies. PLoS medicine15(12), e1002680. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pmed.1002680Bottom of Form