Foods to Heal the Body and Mind

Many foods have been used as medicine amongst cultures. Before grocery stores, vending machines, and fast food, traditional meals consisted of seasonal, wholesome ingredients. Long before food, as we know it today, eating has always been at the center of indigenous cultures. Harvest ceremonies were celebrated, songs were sung, and words of thanks were recited […]

Two Awesome Recipes for Your August Harvest

Healthy Zucchini Tomato Bake “This Healthy Zucchini Tomato Bake recipe is an easy way to use up all your summer vegetables. Fresh, healthy and full of flavor – it’s the perfect side dish!” The Clean Eating Couple Ingredients 1 cup zucchini sliced 1 cup yellow squash sliced 2 cups tomatoes sliced 2 tablespoons basil fresh, chopped 2 tablespoons olive oil 1/4 cup grated Parmesan cheese 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper Instructions Preheat oven to […]

COVID Matching Grant, a Garden Story, Ken Block & More!

My thanks to you, our EATS family. EATS has had another incrEDIBLE year and it is only possible because of your generosity and support! We’re kicking off the 2020/21 school year with generous help from the Park City Community Foundation! Summer Challenge Grant for COVID-19 RecoveryPark City Community Foundation is matching your donations to EATS from its Community […]

4th of July Treats

A traditional 4th of July is celebrated with food, time spent outdoors, fireworks, and full of friends and family. Although Independence Day looks and feels quite different this year, we can come together over food. We’ve put together this short list of recipes for you and yours to make to celebrate unalienable rights for all. […]

EATS Update: Food Justice, Family Cooking Classes & More!

EATS family, thank you for your generous and continued support of our work toward a socially equitable food system. EATS believes all people deserve access to high-quality, fresh, and nutritious food. Statistics from the Institute for Food and Development Policy confirm the persistence of racial inequality in the food system: African-Americans once owned 16 million acres of […]

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