Feast for 10 Nutritious Story Time

In this story, a family shops, prepares and eats a meal together. Use this video to help your child talk about which healthy foods they like to eat, how they can help you in the kitchen and sharing mealtime together. Practice counting to ten and get some exercise at the same time. Nutritious Story Time was created for WIC clients by the Florida WIC Program. Navajo County Health Educators present this story to Headstart and Kindergarten students throughout the Arizona county.

Vegan Black Metal Chef Episode 7- Indian Feast Of The Gods

VeganBlackMetalChef.com This is a complete instruction on how to make 3 different indian dishes. 1) Mung Bean Dal (really any dal) – These are Indian style lentils. Basically its like an indain mushy bean paste that goes great over rice or with an indian bread 2) Vegetable Pakoras – These are indian spices vegetables breaded and deep fried. They are incredible. You will not believe how good the Broccoli pakoras are until you taste one. Also included are onion and sweet potato pakoras. 3) Aloo Palak – This is an indian spinach and potato dish. Add a whole lot of earth balance (vegan butter substitute) or a rich oil like safflower oil at the end to give it a really rich and oily taste. This is kinda a Ghee (Clarified Butter) substiute that I use with indian cooking. I was going to make parathas or nann with this since I eat almost every single indian meal with them. However this was getting to be a huge feast as it is and the pakoras can almost be like a bread substitue if you dip them in the other foods. If you do not know about indian cooking or indian breads in general… go to a resturant now or try this at home. You are missing out in life.

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Feast for Kids 5-4-09 6
Healthy Meals For Kids
Image by stevendepolo
West Michigan Chefs held their annual Feast for Kids Dinner to support Kids Food
Basket

www.kidsfoodbasket.org
Benefit feast fills sack
suppers
Top chefs raise funds to feed kids

Updated: Tuesday, 14 Apr 2009, 3:30 PM EDT
Published : Tuesday, 14 Apr 2009, 2:03 PM EDT

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – One in six kids worries about where their next meal is coming from…and that number may be on the rise. The Kids Food Basket is ready to help and needs your support

Executive Director Bridget Clark Whitney says the economic downturn is taking a toll on area families and their ability to provide meals for their children.

"Certainly because of the economy, there are so many children in need, so many kids who are living in food insecure households. We’re currently serving about 1,650 children what we call a sack supper, an evening meal, each day throughout the school year and the summer."

The Kids Food Basket depends on volunteers, donations, and funds raised through special events to keep their services going. On April 21st, the American Culinary Association Chef’s Association will put on an event for the sixth year. The Feast for Kids features all the award winning chefs in West Michigan who’ve won culinary awards throughout the year. They want to be able to raise money to help Kids Food Basket feed more kids.

Clark Whitney says, "We’re serving 17 schools right now. We have another 16 schools on a waiting list for our services. And so we’re hoping this event will help us serve more kids."

In addition to attending the Feast for Kids, you can help the Kids Food Basket by volunteering or doing drives for needed items. "Right now we have a real need for juice boxes. Although we get 80% of our food from Second Harvest Gleaners, we’re still a little bit short on juice boxes. So if anyone wants to do a juice box drive through their neighbordhood, faith community or business, we love juice box drives. We do ask for 100% real fruit juice because we’re trying to keep these suppers as healthy as possible", says Clark Whitney. Throughout the summer, The Kids Food Basket will be serving kids through the Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation programs and through summer school programs and some of the schools that now go year round. They’re also looking for other ways we can serve kids an evening meal, so if anyone knows of a church community or other program with kids in need, let them know.

Feast for Kids
Tuesday, April 21, 5:30pm
Noto’s Old World Italian Dining
Grand Rapids
Kids Food Basket
616-235-4532
www.kidsfoodbasket.org

Feast for Kids 5-4-09 3

Feast for Kids 5-4-09 3
Healthy Meals For Kids
Image by stevendepolo
West Michigan Chefs held their annual Feast for Kids Dinner to support Kids Food
Basket

www.kidsfoodbasket.org
Benefit feast fills sack
suppers
Top chefs raise funds to feed kids

Updated: Tuesday, 14 Apr 2009, 3:30 PM EDT
Published : Tuesday, 14 Apr 2009, 2:03 PM EDT

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – One in six kids worries about where their next meal is coming from…and that number may be on the rise. The Kids Food Basket is ready to help and needs your support

Executive Director Bridget Clark Whitney says the economic downturn is taking a toll on area families and their ability to provide meals for their children.

"Certainly because of the economy, there are so many children in need, so many kids who are living in food insecure households. We’re currently serving about 1,650 children what we call a sack supper, an evening meal, each day throughout the school year and the summer."

The Kids Food Basket depends on volunteers, donations, and funds raised through special events to keep their services going. On April 21st, the American Culinary Association Chef’s Association will put on an event for the sixth year. The Feast for Kids features all the award winning chefs in West Michigan who’ve won culinary awards throughout the year. They want to be able to raise money to help Kids Food Basket feed more kids.

Clark Whitney says, "We’re serving 17 schools right now. We have another 16 schools on a waiting list for our services. And so we’re hoping this event will help us serve more kids."

In addition to attending the Feast for Kids, you can help the Kids Food Basket by volunteering or doing drives for needed items. "Right now we have a real need for juice boxes. Although we get 80% of our food from Second Harvest Gleaners, we’re still a little bit short on juice boxes. So if anyone wants to do a juice box drive through their neighbordhood, faith community or business, we love juice box drives. We do ask for 100% real fruit juice because we’re trying to keep these suppers as healthy as possible", says Clark Whitney. Throughout the summer, The Kids Food Basket will be serving kids through the Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation programs and through summer school programs and some of the schools that now go year round. They’re also looking for other ways we can serve kids an evening meal, so if anyone knows of a church community or other program with kids in need, let them know.

Feast for Kids
Tuesday, April 21, 5:30pm
Noto’s Old World Italian Dining
Grand Rapids
Kids Food Basket
616-235-4532
www.kidsfoodbasket.org

Feast for Kids 5-4-09 1

Feast for Kids 5-4-09 1
Healthy Meals For Kids
Image by stevendepolo
West Michigan Chefs held their annual Feast for Kids Dinner to support Kids Food
Basket

www.kidsfoodbasket.org
Benefit feast fills sack
suppers
Top chefs raise funds to feed kids

Updated: Tuesday, 14 Apr 2009, 3:30 PM EDT
Published : Tuesday, 14 Apr 2009, 2:03 PM EDT

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – One in six kids worries about where their next meal is coming from…and that number may be on the rise. The Kids Food Basket is ready to help and needs your support

Executive Director Bridget Clark Whitney says the economic downturn is taking a toll on area families and their ability to provide meals for their children.

"Certainly because of the economy, there are so many children in need, so many kids who are living in food insecure households. We’re currently serving about 1,650 children what we call a sack supper, an evening meal, each day throughout the school year and the summer."

The Kids Food Basket depends on volunteers, donations, and funds raised through special events to keep their services going. On April 21st, the American Culinary Association Chef’s Association will put on an event for the sixth year. The Feast for Kids features all the award winning chefs in West Michigan who’ve won culinary awards throughout the year. They want to be able to raise money to help Kids Food Basket feed more kids.

Clark Whitney says, "We’re serving 17 schools right now. We have another 16 schools on a waiting list for our services. And so we’re hoping this event will help us serve more kids."

In addition to attending the Feast for Kids, you can help the Kids Food Basket by volunteering or doing drives for needed items. "Right now we have a real need for juice boxes. Although we get 80% of our food from Second Harvest Gleaners, we’re still a little bit short on juice boxes. So if anyone wants to do a juice box drive through their neighbordhood, faith community or business, we love juice box drives. We do ask for 100% real fruit juice because we’re trying to keep these suppers as healthy as possible", says Clark Whitney. Throughout the summer, The Kids Food Basket will be serving kids through the Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation programs and through summer school programs and some of the schools that now go year round. They’re also looking for other ways we can serve kids an evening meal, so if anyone knows of a church community or other program with kids in need, let them know.

Feast for Kids
Tuesday, April 21, 5:30pm
Noto’s Old World Italian Dining
Grand Rapids
Kids Food Basket
616-235-4532
www.kidsfoodbasket.org

Feast for Kids 5-4-09 5

Feast for Kids 5-4-09 5
Healthy Food For Children
Image by stevendepolo
West Michigan Chefs held their annual Feast for Kids Dinner to support Kids Food
Basket

www.kidsfoodbasket.org
Benefit feast fills sack
suppers
Top chefs raise funds to feed kids

Updated: Tuesday, 14 Apr 2009, 3:30 PM EDT
Published : Tuesday, 14 Apr 2009, 2:03 PM EDT

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – One in six kids worries about where their next meal is coming from…and that number may be on the rise. The Kids Food Basket is ready to help and needs your support

Executive Director Bridget Clark Whitney says the economic downturn is taking a toll on area families and their ability to provide meals for their children.

"Certainly because of the economy, there are so many children in need, so many kids who are living in food insecure households. We’re currently serving about 1,650 children what we call a sack supper, an evening meal, each day throughout the school year and the summer."

The Kids Food Basket depends on volunteers, donations, and funds raised through special events to keep their services going. On April 21st, the American Culinary Association Chef’s Association will put on an event for the sixth year. The Feast for Kids features all the award winning chefs in West Michigan who’ve won culinary awards throughout the year. They want to be able to raise money to help Kids Food Basket feed more kids.

Clark Whitney says, "We’re serving 17 schools right now. We have another 16 schools on a waiting list for our services. And so we’re hoping this event will help us serve more kids."

In addition to attending the Feast for Kids, you can help the Kids Food Basket by volunteering or doing drives for needed items. "Right now we have a real need for juice boxes. Although we get 80% of our food from Second Harvest Gleaners, we’re still a little bit short on juice boxes. So if anyone wants to do a juice box drive through their neighbordhood, faith community or business, we love juice box drives. We do ask for 100% real fruit juice because we’re trying to keep these suppers as healthy as possible", says Clark Whitney. Throughout the summer, The Kids Food Basket will be serving kids through the Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation programs and through summer school programs and some of the schools that now go year round. They’re also looking for other ways we can serve kids an evening meal, so if anyone knows of a church community or other program with kids in need, let them know.

Feast for Kids
Tuesday, April 21, 5:30pm
Noto’s Old World Italian Dining
Grand Rapids
Kids Food Basket
616-235-4532
www.kidsfoodbasket.org

Feast for Kids 5-4-09 2

Feast for Kids 5-4-09 2
Healthy Food For Children
Image by stevendepolo
West Michigan Chefs held their annual Feast for Kids Dinner to support Kids Food
Basket

www.kidsfoodbasket.org
Benefit feast fills sack
suppers
Top chefs raise funds to feed kids

Updated: Tuesday, 14 Apr 2009, 3:30 PM EDT
Published : Tuesday, 14 Apr 2009, 2:03 PM EDT

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – One in six kids worries about where their next meal is coming from…and that number may be on the rise. The Kids Food Basket is ready to help and needs your support

Executive Director Bridget Clark Whitney says the economic downturn is taking a toll on area families and their ability to provide meals for their children.

"Certainly because of the economy, there are so many children in need, so many kids who are living in food insecure households. We’re currently serving about 1,650 children what we call a sack supper, an evening meal, each day throughout the school year and the summer."

The Kids Food Basket depends on volunteers, donations, and funds raised through special events to keep their services going. On April 21st, the American Culinary Association Chef’s Association will put on an event for the sixth year. The Feast for Kids features all the award winning chefs in West Michigan who’ve won culinary awards throughout the year. They want to be able to raise money to help Kids Food Basket feed more kids.

Clark Whitney says, "We’re serving 17 schools right now. We have another 16 schools on a waiting list for our services. And so we’re hoping this event will help us serve more kids."

In addition to attending the Feast for Kids, you can help the Kids Food Basket by volunteering or doing drives for needed items. "Right now we have a real need for juice boxes. Although we get 80% of our food from Second Harvest Gleaners, we’re still a little bit short on juice boxes. So if anyone wants to do a juice box drive through their neighbordhood, faith community or business, we love juice box drives. We do ask for 100% real fruit juice because we’re trying to keep these suppers as healthy as possible", says Clark Whitney. Throughout the summer, The Kids Food Basket will be serving kids through the Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation programs and through summer school programs and some of the schools that now go year round. They’re also looking for other ways we can serve kids an evening meal, so if anyone knows of a church community or other program with kids in need, let them know.

Feast for Kids
Tuesday, April 21, 5:30pm
Noto’s Old World Italian Dining
Grand Rapids
Kids Food Basket
616-235-4532
www.kidsfoodbasket.org

Feast for Kids 5-4-09 4

Feast for Kids 5-4-09 4
Healthy Food For Children
Image by stevendepolo
West Michigan Chefs held their annual Feast for Kids Dinner to support Kids Food
Basket

www.kidsfoodbasket.org
Benefit feast fills sack
suppers
Top chefs raise funds to feed kids

Updated: Tuesday, 14 Apr 2009, 3:30 PM EDT
Published : Tuesday, 14 Apr 2009, 2:03 PM EDT

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) – One in six kids worries about where their next meal is coming from…and that number may be on the rise. The Kids Food Basket is ready to help and needs your support

Executive Director Bridget Clark Whitney says the economic downturn is taking a toll on area families and their ability to provide meals for their children.

"Certainly because of the economy, there are so many children in need, so many kids who are living in food insecure households. We’re currently serving about 1,650 children what we call a sack supper, an evening meal, each day throughout the school year and the summer."

The Kids Food Basket depends on volunteers, donations, and funds raised through special events to keep their services going. On April 21st, the American Culinary Association Chef’s Association will put on an event for the sixth year. The Feast for Kids features all the award winning chefs in West Michigan who’ve won culinary awards throughout the year. They want to be able to raise money to help Kids Food Basket feed more kids.

Clark Whitney says, "We’re serving 17 schools right now. We have another 16 schools on a waiting list for our services. And so we’re hoping this event will help us serve more kids."

In addition to attending the Feast for Kids, you can help the Kids Food Basket by volunteering or doing drives for needed items. "Right now we have a real need for juice boxes. Although we get 80% of our food from Second Harvest Gleaners, we’re still a little bit short on juice boxes. So if anyone wants to do a juice box drive through their neighbordhood, faith community or business, we love juice box drives. We do ask for 100% real fruit juice because we’re trying to keep these suppers as healthy as possible", says Clark Whitney. Throughout the summer, The Kids Food Basket will be serving kids through the Grand Rapids Parks and Recreation programs and through summer school programs and some of the schools that now go year round. They’re also looking for other ways we can serve kids an evening meal, so if anyone knows of a church community or other program with kids in need, let them know.

Feast for Kids
Tuesday, April 21, 5:30pm
Noto’s Old World Italian Dining
Grand Rapids
Kids Food Basket
616-235-4532
www.kidsfoodbasket.org

Fix, Freeze, Feast: Prepare in Bulk and Enjoy by the Serving – More than 125 Recipes

Fix, Freeze, Feast: Prepare in Bulk and Enjoy by the Serving – More than 125 Recipes

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Millions of shoppers save money buying groceries in bulk — trays of boneless chicken breasts, pairs of flank steaks, and flats of ripe tomatoes. But savings can quickly become losses if those bulk quantities spoil in the refrigerator or lie forgotten — unlabeled and unrecognizable under layers of ice crystals — in the back of the freezer.

Kati Neville and Lindsay Tkacsik have built businesses teaching home cooks how to take advantage of bulk savings by shopping wisely; converting food purchases into delicious, healthful family dinners; and labeling and storing the meals for easy access on busy days. They share all their best recipes and organizational wisdom in Fix, Freeze, Feast, a cookbook every price-conscious shopper will love, and warehouse club members shouldn’t be without. With their help, home cooks will have freezers stocked with easy-to-prepare entrées, ready to be defrosted and cooked for weeknight family dinners. Imagine the comfort of knowing a homecooked meal is always available.

Each recipe includes instructions for dividing, preparing, and storing the raw ingredients, and a second set of simple directions for thawing, cooking, and enjoying the food. Designed for the way people cook today, Fix, Freeze, Feast meals are lighter and fresher than traditional bulk-cooking recipes, with a focus on simple stews and stir-fries, quick grilled or broiled main courses, and popular ethnic meals such as Beef Fajitas and Cashew Chicken Stir-fry.

Add to the entrées ready-to-bake cookie doughs, warming soups and side dishes, fruit smoothies, and portable kids’ snacks, and those warehouse club shopping trips begin to look more valuable than ever. This is a system that saves time, saves money, and saves families from the empty calories of takeout food. Make room in the freezer for next week’s dinner!

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“[Fix Freeze, Feast] delivers some yummy new recipes that are easily stored and don’t look or taste like frozen meals when they’re served days later . . . Fix Freeze, Feast promises to ease the stress of cooking and ensure that you’re well fed, with hearty meals, throughout the week or month.”
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“Fix Freeze, Feast is a smart book to keep on the shelf . . . There’s nothing like a hot meal after a long, hard day at work, especially if all the work was done weeks ago!”
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“If you resolved to cook more at home in 2008, Fix, Freeze and Feast can help . . . In addition to recipes they also have tips for organizing your shopping list, packaging meals and preventing freezer burn.” — Spokane Spokesman-Review

“If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to eat home-cooked meals as a family more often, Fix Freeze, Feast could be just the help you need to accomplish that . . . Fix Freeze, Feast won’t guarantee getting a scattered family home for dinner more often, but it will definitely make it much easier to get the meal on the table.” — The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)

“Not so much a cookbook as a bulk-saving survival guide for harried cooks everywhere.” — Northern Virginia Magazine

“The authors do a great job offering clear instructions for the cooking, an important final step that is too often left to guesswork.” — (Memphis) Commercial Appeal

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