This page is dedicated to people and organizations who are making an effort to improve the way we eat. From small local changes to big nationwide crusades, these guys get the thumbs up in our book!
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YUM-O! empowers kids and their families to develop healthy relationships with food and cooking.
Smoky cumin, bright coriander and fennel seed flavor this hearty and nutritious pork stew.
This recipe is like your favorite spinach-artichoke dip for breakfast!
Rach lightens and brightens up this mac and cheese with chicken broth, tarragon and fresh veggies. "Use 3-4 cups of fresh baby vegetables or a vegetable medley, very thinly sliced and quickly sautéed until tender-crisp. My ingredient list below is just a guideline. You can use any mix of vegetables you like." –RR
Here is your go-to classic pomodoro recipe from Rach! Make extra and freeze to have on-hand.
Makes 2 quarts
Ingredient is an indie magazine for kids that believes that kids should be curious about the world they live in and about the hows, whats, whys and whens of the food they put in their bodies, aims to entertain and challenge readers with its depth and breadth of topics that forward the idea that a diet rich in knowledge and curiosity is good for kids.
Check out what's cooking at Ingredient magazine!
Every year, one in six Americans gets sick from dangerous foodborne bacteria. Many of the estimated 128,000 who suffer serious illness requiring hospitalization each year are young children.
Learn how you can prepare and cook food safely with kids.
Chef David Stample is devoting his time to bettering the lives of underprivileged kids by developing deep and nurturing relationships
See how the culinary arts have made a difference in Chef David Stample's life, and how he is using his experience to make a difference in the lives of the next generation of kids.
Based in Marin County, California, The Good Earth grocery store has become an integral part of schools throughout the county through its Good Earth School Lunch Program and is expanding its reach through its collaborating with the Conscious Kitchen initiative.
Learn how these two organizations are collaborating together to provide students across Marin County with fresh, delicious and nutritious food!
In 2012-2013, two key advisory groups, one comprised of citywide stakeholders – including Yum-o! Director Andrew Kaplan – and one comprised of parents from across the district, met in collaboration with the Healthy Schools Campaign to provide input to Chicago Public Schools' school food program.
Learn how parents, stakeholders and school administrators are continuing to establish a model for working together to develop and implement plans for healthy schools across Chicago!
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