Teaching Kitchen Trainees Visit America's Test Kitchen
Participants in our Teaching Kitchen job training program were recently treated to a behind-the-scenes tour of America's Test Kitchen, which included participating in an audience taste-testing show taping! Trainees had the opportunity to meet Jack Bishop, pictured above, America's Test Kitchen Chief Creative Officer and taste-test extraordinaire. On air, Jack and his team led the studio audience in a taste test of supermarket staples like barbecue sauce and cheddar cheese. After the segment, trainees toured the new ATK facilities. "It was fun to see so many people experimenting with food," said one trainee.
The trainees were thrilled to get a firsthand look at the inner workings of one of the nation's top-rated cooking shows. Thank you to our friends at America's Test Kitchen for this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity!
A Heart-Healthy Treat from
America's Test Kitchen
Does the special person in your life have a heart of gold? This Valentine's Day, show how much you love their heart with this luscious Chocolate-Avocado Pudding recipe from our friends at America's Test Kitchen. This recipe substitutes the cream and eggs for vitamin-packed avocado, making it the perfect nutritious dessert to enjoy on Valentine's Day or any time throughout February's Heart Health Month.
During the winter months, the need for our warm, comforting meals couldn't be greater. Help us prep and package nutritious meals for our homebound and critically ill neighbors. We have shifts available in the mornings, afternoons, and evenings for both individuals and groups.
Brrrr, it's a chilly start to 2018! We're busy making healthy, comforting soups for our clients. In our kettles this morning: #Broccoli Cheddar and #Vegetable, Bean & Rice. Both #soups fit our cardiac, diabetic, vegetarian, and mild diets. #NationalSoupMonth #FoodIsMedicine #VegetarianFood #HeartHealthy #DiabeticDiet #DietitianApproved
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Had the honor of volunteering today at @communityservings in Jamaica Plain. It's a great organization that provides food for people who are critically ill and their families. Food that's nutritious & made from scratch! @boston25d
Today we hosted some special guests for lunch & @chefkevin2015 beautifully prepared a feast for the eyes & taste buds. Lemony, broiled hake on a colorful bed of apple-squash purée & roasted brussel sprouts & radishes. While it certainly looks & tastes like a dish you'd find on the menu of a fine restaurant, it's also one we'd give to our clients. We aim to provide healthy meals that are beautiful & motivate our sick clients to eat. #FoodHeals #ChefLife
To Vertex for their $25,000 grant in support of our nutrition program for individuals and their families living with acute, life-threatening illnesses.
To The MAC AIDS Fund for their two grants totaling $37,000 in support of healthy meals for our critically ill neighbors living with HIV/AIDS.
775 critically ill clients in Boston will now receive made-from-scratch meals that are supported by a grant from the Blue Hills Bank Charitable Foundation.