We just concluded our cooking class at Treasure Mountain Junior High School and it was Fun, Fast, and Fresh! For four Mondays, we spent time together preparing Vietnamese rice paper rolls, steak fajitas, and smoothies. But it was the special guests we had who stepped up our fun and learning to the next level! Tandem […]
Long gone are the days of hair nets, fake cheese and tater tot burgers. Here at EATS we are doing what we can to make sure we keep things mixed up! In January the students at McPolin, Trailside, Jeremy Ranch, and Parley’s Park Elementary Schools had the opportunity to chef it up and make some […]
~ fed to you by Jeana Neu MS/CHES the EAT Up Expert September is Family Meals Month There is no better time than now to make a priority of the family meal. September is Family Meals Month which is a good reminder to schedule having a meal together now that school is back in session […]
It happens all the time. You take your kids out for dinner and the hostess asks, “Do you want a kids’ menu?” Of course your twelve year old rolls his eyes and you politely decline for him with the forgiving quip, “He’s a growing boy.” But what you may really be thinking is that the […]
“Fed up with those ‘Lunch trays around the world’ photos? You’re not alone. ” If you’ve been online in the past month, you’ve seen the photos of school lunches around the world and probably thought they looked amazing. Why can’t our schools serve those? They look restaurant quality. The truth is, that’s EXACTLY what they […]
“EATS Park City thinks the idea of kid food is just cluckin’ ridiculous!” One day each month, a group of determined volunteers enters the Park City elementary schools (and Ecker Hill) offering both familiar (cherry tomatoes, cucumbers) and maybe not so familiar (brussel sprouts) items during the lunch periods. Conversations start off with “Take a […]
I wanted to share an article from Bon Appetit on How to Cure Your Kids Picky Eating Habits. Thought this might inspire our French speaking students and parents!