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Cook. Feed. Fund.
Through our three core work areas of Cook, Feed and Fund,
Yum-o! educates kids and their families about food and cooking by enabling young cooks to get started in the kitchen and try out family-friendly recipes; teams up with partner organizations to feed hungry children; and funds educational opportunities for kids who are interested in pursuing careers in the restaurant and foodservice industry.
Balsamic Roasted Brussels Sprouts, Butternut Squash and Chicken Thighs
This easy, versatile meal can be made on one baking sheet! You can also choose different veggies to roast for variety.
Chicken Noodle Hold the Soup
Chicken Cordon “Blue” Panini
Serves a delicious and quick dinner, too.
Make any kid smile with this lunch box special.
17 Wins in the Fight Against Hunger in 2016
At Yum-o!, we work hard every day to get more kids and their families cooking in the kitchen, help fight the battle against hunger, and help more public school students have an opportunity toward education in the restaurant and foodservice industry. Sometimes we have major wins, where millions of pounds of food are saved, or […]
Yum-o! & the 2016 Kids’ “State Dinner”
Together with First Lady Michelle Obama, PBS flagship station WGBH Boston, and Newman’s Own Foundation, Yum-o! was proud to be a partner of the fifth annual Healthy Lunchtime Challenge as part of the First Lady’s Let’s Move! initiative. More than 1,200 kids from all U.S. states, five territories, and the District of Columbia entered their healthy, local, […]
Join Rachael & Yum-o!: Free School Lunches for All NYC Public School Students
Today, many families are struggling to provide their kids with the nutrition necessary to learn and grow. Without proper nourishment, students are missing their chance to reach their full potential in school and beyond. That’s why Rachael and Yum-o! have joined forces with theLunch 4 Learning (L4L) coalition and are asking New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio […]