To bean or not to bean?

As mentioned in the last blog, a favorite packed lunch for my girls is leftover quesadillas. I love the simplicity of making an extra one or two while cooking supper. It may not take long to make a standard sandwich, but cooking an extra quesadilla or two saves the time of getting out all the sandwich … Continue reading To bean or not to bean?

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Make Today “Mango”nificent

Do your kids ever complain about their lunch always being the same thing?  Better yet, are you looking to add variety to your own?  It is easy to fall into the routine of peanut butter and jelly or another sandwich, which can become old for almost anyone.  While PB&J is a staple in our house, we … Continue reading Make Today “Mango”nificent

Brenda’s Belief: The Importance of Education in Healthy Eating Habits

Another dedicated Farmory volunteer, Brenda, is working towards growing more good food for our community. She is working closely with schools in the area to begin to change and re-think breakfast and lunch programs. Brenda’s main concern is the lack of quality food provided for our children in the school setting. “Both the World Health … Continue reading Brenda’s Belief: The Importance of Education in Healthy Eating Habits

Growing Growers, Growing Good Food, Growing Entrepreneurial Opportunities

Our Giving Tuesday Request Oh, the ads are in full swing! It’s that time of year already. That’s right, Christmas is here! The whole country is gearing up for the great shopping extravaganza that is the month of December. Everybody is trying to compete for your attention and money with clever and compelling marketing campaigns. All … Continue reading Growing Growers, Growing Good Food, Growing Entrepreneurial Opportunities