Crystal Morrison

Boston doubles its food dollars

Local The program doubles the purchasing power of the products of SNAP beneficiaries. The Mayor’s Office for Access to Food (OFA) received a $ 500,000 grant to help expand Boston Double Up Food Bucks, a SNAP incentive program that cuts fruit purchases by 50% and fresh vegetables up to $ …

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Country cuisine: cooking spaghetti with cheese

This recipe was submitted by CG of Cool, who said, “This recipe is great for a family dinner. I often double this tasty dish and fill two 9×13 baking dishes if I want to bring someone dinner, or make an extra dish for a potluck. Cooking cheese spaghetti Ingredients Half …

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New Exhibition at Massena Public Library Showcases Hidden Talents of Local Artists | Education

MASSENA – The hidden talents of local artists will be on display from Monday at the Massena public library. An exhibition titled “I Am a Local Artist” will celebrate these hidden local talents during normal library opening hours: 9:30 am to 5 pm Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday; 9:30 a.m. …

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Fairtrade food returns with flying colors to Frederick | Culture & Leisure

Funnel cake. Pogo. Italian sausage. Roast beef sandwiches. Pulled Pork. Crab cakes. These are just a few of the crowd favorites at the Great Frederick Fair, which in addition to showcasing animals, products, rides and live music, regularly hosts new and old food vendors. . These vendors are back in …

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Colorful dinner delivery celebrates a year of plant-based cooking for SOMA families

From the delivery of the colorful dinner: In an effort to make dinner time less stressful and help families incorporate more plant-based foods into their diets, Colorful dinner delivery has been cooking and delivering dinners to residents of South Orange, Maplewood and surrounding areas since September 2020. Over the past …

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UK food industry demands government action on CO2 shortage

LONDON, Sept. 18 (Reuters) – The UK food industry has called on the government to subsidize carbon dioxide (CO2) production amid soaring gas prices or risking the collapse of the country’s meat industries . A surge in gas prices has forced two UK fertilizer factories to close, depriving food producers …

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USFS partners with non-profit organization to preserve Crescent Moon Ranch

It’s like the Civilian Conservation Corps, but instead of earning a salary, participants are compensated with free food, camping, and historical restoration knowledge. The US Forest Service is partnering with the nonprofit HistoriCorps to perform much-needed maintenance on the historic buildings at Crescent Moon Ranch this fall. HistoriCorps associates volunteers …

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Island Harvest Food Bank Hosts Fundraising Campaign to Recognize “Day of Action Against Hunger” on Long Island

GREENLAWN, Suffolk County (WABC) – As we celebrate what has become Hunger Action Month, we focus on one of the grim realities of the COVID pandemic. Many people don’t know when their next meal is coming, but Long Island’s food banks are helping out and leading the charge in delivering …

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Boom of ‘ghost kitchens’ in Asia as pandemic sparks huge demand

The rise of food delivery apps during the pandemic has meant that customers have grown accustomed to having quality restaurant meals. By Amber Wang / AFP, TAIPEI In an industrial unit on the outskirts of Taipei, chefs prepare dishes that will never be served in a restaurant: welcome to the …

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Calling for high school volunteers for local food security programs

Food, it goes without saying, is essential. It is crucial for the health and well-being of our community, especially our youth community. Lack of nutrient-dense and well-balanced meals can negatively affect a student’s mood, mental health, and ability to learn. Over the years, Cumberland County has developed an extensive food …

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