0 CommentsThe kids were so glad to see the meat in the Moroccan chicken meal we were making in our after-school cooking class. But eggplant and couscous... Read more
0 CommentsTacos were a hit. Zucchini fries were not. “Why do we call them fries?”, asked Isjeer Lowery, since they are not fried. We all... Read more
0 Comments"The taco was unique because instead of beef we used ground turkey and mushrooms."" The zucchini fries were a little spicy but good!" Samantha... Read more
0 CommentsThe students had been looking forward to making the turkey tacos and zucchini fries. They began by each taking a vegetable to prep. Then they... Read more
0 CommentsOur emerging chefs have opinions. When asked how they would change today's recipe, Ronnie said he would switch out the tomatoes and onions... Read more
- The mission. To teach schoolchildren to cook healthy, easy meals on a budget.
- The reach. Seventy volunteers are teaching 35 classes in Philadelphia and Camden, with intent to expand.
- The partner. Vetri Community Partnership shares the goal of encouraging healthy eating for children.
- To support. Send donations to Vetri Community Partnership, 211 N. 13th St., Suite 303, Philadelphia 19107; note “My Daughter’s Kitchen” or go to vetricommunity.org.
- To participate. Submit recipes to be considered: Simple, 500-calorie, nutritious meals, prepared in under an hour, for $20 or less for six servings. Send recipes to Food@philly.com.