The Boateng family from Walthamstow feature in Sainsbury's 'Summer Sorted' campaign

Rashida Boateng with daughter Bailey and Sainsbury's worker Eka Chirgadze at Sainsbury's in High Street, Walthamstow

Rashida Boateng with daughter Bailey and Sainsbury's worker Eka Chirgadze at Sainsbury's in High Street, Walthamstow

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A food teacher from Walthamstow and her family will star in a new supermarket advertising campaign.

Rashida Boateng, 32, her husband Alex and three year-old daughter Bailey are one of three families chosen for Sainsbury's Television commercials.

The ‘Summer Sorted’ campaign shows Mrs Boateng making ‘Pitta Pizzas’ and giving tips on cooking on a budget.

The 32-year-old mother-of-one has uploaded a serries of healthy recipes to the YouTube channel Rashida’s Kitchen.  

She said: “I wanted to reach out to other parents like me and hopefully inspire them with dishes that don’t cost a fortune and are really easy to make."

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11:27am Mon 28 Jul 14

Villagecranberry says...

It is vital these days that some people get shown how to cook health meals for their family.

'Budget' does not have to mean 'unhealthy' and on the contrary fantastic meals can be produced using healthy vegetables and pulses that cost very little, especially around Walthamstow where you can by ingredients off of stalls at a fraction of the supermarket prices. This ladie's Pitta Pizza will be much better than the highly priced ones delivered by motorbike, healthier, nutritious and far more tasty I wager.

More of this type of cooking should be encouraged.
It is vital these days that some people get shown how to cook health meals for their family. 'Budget' does not have to mean 'unhealthy' and on the contrary fantastic meals can be produced using healthy vegetables and pulses that cost very little, especially around Walthamstow where you can by ingredients off of stalls at a fraction of the supermarket prices. This ladie's Pitta Pizza will be much better than the highly priced ones delivered by motorbike, healthier, nutritious and far more tasty I wager. More of this type of cooking should be encouraged. Villagecranberry
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