Our second week of celebrating National Farm to School Month is up! Check out our new resources with our week 2 theme: Get Cooking!

Thank you, Fruit and Vegetable Prescription (FVRx) Team for sharing your awesome resource on food safety! Explore this resource in your home kitchen or classroom: Food Safety Tips.

Throughout quarantine, many families have found themselves needing to cook at home more than ever before. A great way to lighten your burden and empower new cooks is to give them responsibilities in the kitchen. Do you have any new cooks in your house? Are you introducing cooking skills in your virtual or in-person classroom? Knives are an essential tool in the kitchen, and covering safety and tips for use can make the all the difference. Consider using this resource to enhance your discussion about knife use in the kitchen! Knife Skills for New Cooks

Explore the theme “Get Cooking!” with our Farm to School Recipes scaled for cooking at home. These recipes were developed with our Farm to School team and Rock on Café Broome-Tioga BOCES School Nutrition Services to highlight NY ingredients in the cafeteria. One of our classic Autumn recipes is the Harvest Kale Apple Salad. Do you have a favorite Farm to School recipe?

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Stay tuned for the next two weeks of National Farm to School Month content on our blog and social media!

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