CA Specialty Crops: A Guide to Their Use in School Lunch

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California Specialty Crops – think tomatoes, cabbage, pears, celery, lettuce – in short, just about every fruit, vegetable and nut you can imagine – are featured here in a new guidebook to using them in school lunch. California is the nation’s largest producer of many fruits and vegetables and this new guidebook shows how to incorporate them into school lunch in every way from salads to soups and entrees.

Press here to download your free copy to read the story of how this extraordinary book came to be and the many, many people who brought the book to fruition.

You’ll find recipes written by us, Georgeanne Brennan and Ann M. Evans, featuring California’s Specialty Crops by season, for family style, and for 50 and 100 using the NutriKids format, meeting USDA School Lunch nutritional requirements.

Many of the recipes were tested in the kitchens of Yolo County’s five school districts and are being served in school lunch rooms to students in West Sacramento, Esparto, Woodland, Davis, and Winters. If you use these recipes for school lunch, which we hope you will, let us know, send photos and we’ll post them.

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