The Winter Months By: Kaitlyn Elias on March 15, 2012 As the winter months have pressed on there have been many wonderful happenings for the Farm to Go program. In late December, we welcomed a new addition to the F2Gteam. Ben Shafer-Rickles, an informed cook and farmer, supported us with his knowledge and kitchen skills. […]
Greasy to gourmet: Seattle chefs help schools trade corn dogs for couscous By: Joyce Hendley on January 06, 2012 In recent years, many parents, health advocates, and doctors have targeted school lunch as one of the aspects of our food system most in need of scrutiny and reform. Since then, many of us have come […]
Two fourth-graders find a way to share school’s food By: Joyce Hendley on December 29, 2011 Here’s an article you might enjoy….Thanks to the 9-year-old girls, unwanted and leftover lunch items from a Cudahy school go to needy families. This story was written by Matt Stevens of the Los Angeles Times: Click HERE to learn […]
Shelton students have no-meat lunch fare By: Joyce Hendley on December 14, 2011 Here’s an article you might enjoy….it features a school that offers vegetarian options for students. Click HERE to learn more.
Chicago Teacher Gets ‘Fed Up With Lunch’ By: Terri Donovan on November 15, 2011 What’s your school serving for lunch? Teacher Sarah Wu decided to sample the fare at her school for a year, which meant eating prepackaged, frozen Tex-Mex dishes, thawed-out PB&J on graham crackers and the ‘bagel dog.’ Wu discusses her culinary journey […]