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Oregon: You’re Raising the Bar for School Food – Thanks!

OK, Oregon, way to go. It appears that your statewide additional $1.2 million for local food in schools is making a big impact. Other states take note. We recently came across this article in Edible Portland, on high school Future … Continue reading

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Fresh Fish Tacos for School Lunch in Monterey’s Bay to Tray Program

Update on Monterey Peninsula School District – Special Post from Jenn Gerard, Director of Nutrition Services  We caught up with Jenn recently, whom we featured earlier, and she told us that Monterey Peninsula School District is now  offering students locally … Continue reading

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School Lunch – The Next Venue for Rock Star Chefs

On our travels throughout the state interviewing people for this blog we’ve discovered an increasing enthusiasm and passion on the part of young people going to school food service with stellar food backgrounds. Their vision is to bring to school … Continue reading

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Georgeanne’s Story About Children and Food

Georgeanne Brennan (pictured left), co-author of our blog, had a recent op ed in the Sacramento Bee newspaper. We invite you to read it — a heart warming story with policy implications for school lunch and how our children are … Continue reading

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The Pleasure of the Meal and the Conversation

Posted below is an Opinion Editorial written by coblogger Georgeanne Brennan, pictured left, which ran in the Sacramento Bee, Sunday Edition, September 1. Championing the importance of a shared meal around the table, whether at home or at school. “…As … Continue reading

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The Education of a Food Rebel

Hi – I’m Ann Evans, one of  two authors with Georgeanne Brennan, of this blog. I’m happy announce that UC Davis Magazine Online featured a column by me today. Here’s a bit more about who I am… “I was a 17-year-old freshman … Continue reading

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