Will Kids Eat Kale?

One of the most joy-filled aspects of my service is figuring out how to engage those "picky eaters". Parents and teachers often tell me that their students refuse to eat veggies at home or on their lunch plate. I get it. Kids see something unusual and the immediate reaction is disgust. But, in my classes,... Continue Reading →


Massaged Kale Salad

Kale is a dark, leafy green that is packed with fiber, protein, antioxidants and vitamins A, C, K, and B6. It loves the cold weather, so it’s freshest in late fall or early spring. Try this simple recipe at home!   Ingredients: 3 Leaves of Kale 1/2 Lemon 2 Pinches of Salt   Directions: Rip... Continue Reading →

Family Food Traditions

  At the end of today's cooking lesson, I posed a question to H.B. Wilson's 5th Grade Class: Do you have any family food traditions? Most of the students fondly recalled Thanksgiving dinners. Makayla says, "For Thanksgiving, my family brings food from everywhere so we all can share." Darnell shares that he eats collard greens... Continue Reading →

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