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Sonoma’s Irma Barragan’s Chopped Salad Plus Bay Area School Lunch Stars

Irma Barragan, Kitchen Manager Prestwood Elementary School, Sonoma Valley Unified School District Origin: Michoacan, Mexico Irma, who has been with the district eight years, is from a big ranch outside a small rural town near Michoacan, Mexico. She grew up … Continue reading

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Gail Feenstra on National Farm to Cafeteria Conference

Our friend and colleague, Gail Feenstra, recently attended the National Farm to Cafeteria Conference in Austin, Texas. Gail is the Deputy Director of the Sustainable Agriculture Research and Education Program (SAREP) and the Food and Society Coordinator at the Agricultural … Continue reading

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Seussian Cooking for All

SEUSSIAN COOKING AT HOME AND AT SCHOOL – IT’S FUN FOR EVERYONE Seussian cooking at home, while reading one of Dr. Seuss’ more than 40 books will enchant your children and remind you of the days when you first discovered … Continue reading

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It’s Time for Green Eggs and Ham for School Lunch: Recipes Here

It’s Time for Green Eggs and Ham and We’ve Got School-Size Recipes for You Here This month and through June 30, three recipes from this delightful, healthy cookbook are available here on Who’s Cooking School Lunch? Every March on or … Continue reading

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Sanger’s Anna Perez Loves to Bake

ANNA PEREZ, FOOD SERVICE TECHNICIAN 3, Wilson Elementary School, Sanger Unified School District, Sanger, CA Origin: Sanger Anna Perez seems to be one of those people who was just born to bake. Like so many school food service workers, when her … Continue reading

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School Lunch Visit to College Henri Nans, Aups, France

Aups, Var, France By Georgeanne The picturesque village of Aups, with its Boulangerie and Medieval Gate shown here, has slightly more than 2,000 inhabitants.  It is in the somewhat  wild region of the upper Var, where black truffles and wild boar … Continue reading

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