Students at all these schools were also be treated to a sample of fresh radish, sweet potatoes and pears by produce distributor, Freshpoint.
Here’s the mix for kale ice cream!
There were cooking demonstrations that provided students an opportunity to see how healthy meals can be created from farm to table. Brown Middle School students were treated to collard greens provided by The Atlanta Botanical Garden as well as a cooking demonstration by Community Farmers Market. CFM operates the East Atlanta Village Farmers Market, Grant Park Farmers Market, Decatur Farmers Market, as well as an education program.
I joined students in combining the kale ice cream mix and ice to harden our final creation.
The Captain Planet/ Food Corp took its fully-equipped cooking cart to Boyd, Bethune and the New Schools at Carver. This was a great week in our cafeterias.
Carver High School students picture a healthy future!