yvette wrote:16. If you can cook,offer to cook things for people - when my partner was out of work, I made cakes and took soups into work (just thought, if you are doing this for more than friends you might need to be inspected - best to keep it informal).
Anyone preparing food for other people should have their kitchen registered/inspected and hold a Food Hygiene Certificate whether it is on a voluntary basis or fole sale. (Even charity cake stalls should come under these regs but very often fly under the radar)
I'm not sure what the regulations are if you go into a persons home and cook a meal in their kitchen - expect you would still need the Food Hygiene Certificate