That sure was fun! The amazing Kelley Budding brought us in to Jefferson High as an after school special with the parents and the kids.
Ms. Sabatini's Chemistry room transformed
We converted a chemistry room into our makeshift kitchen for three weeks and went crazy making whole foods. We had 5 teams and folks wandered in every week, so by the time of the contest, each team was fuller than full. The competition was AMAZING! The winning plate was the Zucchini cream pasta with Scallion Sauce. It was very difficult picking only one winner, and the next time we head into the classroom, Prizes will be evenly divided so everyone walks away a winner. I can’t wait to do it again!
Ms. Soto and the Dynamic Rosario
Party at the Shoppe
April 18th at 7 PM
If you love food, love me, love talking to me about food, or want to play a part in the future of food in America,
COME TO THE PARTY! And bring your foodie friends, fellow eaters and concerned citizens.
Spread the word ~
RootDown LA asks – What will you bring to the table? Join us for an evening of great food and shared ideas! RootDown LA is on a mission to help tackle the obesity crisis in South LA. We’re engaging youth at Manual Arts High School to build a ground-up, demand-focused model for creating healthier school food communities. With youth-driven healthy food messaging, wacky cooking activities, non-traditional nutrition lessons and trips to McGrath Family Farms, we get kids to get kids to eat their veggies.
RSVP by email or phone:
( or call me @ 323.982.0052)
I’ll be cooking up a storm so we can share a great meal and our ideas. Let’s rock this thang.
To donate to RootDown LA visit www.communitypartners.org
RootDown LA is a project of Community Partners, a nonprofit organization under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code.