This post was written by Jennifer Josey, Katie Walsh, Laura Bellussi, Emily Riddle, Jill Conrod, and Julia Hunter, nutrition students at Acadia University. Thanks for sharing your onion facts and recipes!
A lot of parents have a hard time getting their kids to like ‘real food’. Food marketed towards children is usually loaded with fat, salt and sugar and highly packaged in brightly coloured plastic that promises oodles of fun. Products geared towards kids are getting more and more over the top all the time – just check out this video: As if we needed ways … Continue reading Getting Kids Acquainted with Real Foods
The third and final class of the Promises of Spring local food cooking class series was taught by yet another Ecology Action Centre staff member – Jennifer West, Groundwater Coordinator AND lover of local food! I had been looking forward to this class for quite some time as it included handmade pasta. While Jen brought a handy tool for thinning and cutting the pasta, it is … Continue reading Spring Cooking Class Recipes: Fresh Pasta, Dips and Maple Ice Cream