THIS WOMAN WRITES Fried Dandelions
From Start Your Week with Steve, the weekly e-mail newsletter of Steve Henderson Fine Art
"Today my 18-year-old son wanted to make fried dandelions for lunch, a suggestion that initially didn't meet ... Posted on 4/15/13 at 6:22 PM
HEALTHBEAT Mutiny in the lunchroom
In "We Are Hungry," one of the latest You Tube videos to gain widespread attention, high school students are turned away empty-handed from second helpings in the cafeteria, collapse during volleyball ... Posted on 10/5/12 at 10:44 AM
BLUE CROSS BLUE SHIELD OF NORTH DAKOTA Discussion on school lunches: lively and somewhat heated
By Denise Pinkney
Earlier this month, we posted a link to a news story from The Forum about new nutritional rules that affect the school lunch program on our Facebook page. We asked for your opinion. ... Posted on 8/29/12 at 12:52 PM
SLOWINGTHERACINGMIND Wilde Roast Café–Minneapolis
Located right in my office building is a gem of a caf where I love to eat. Unfortunately for them as a business and for me as a consumer, it is a tad pricey. That did not stop me yesterday when the ... Posted on 2/25/12 at 6:30 AM
MS. SIMPLICITY Potato and Goat Cheese Spanish Tortilla
Day 68: "The Six O'Clock Scramble"
March 8, 2011
The season of lent is upon us and we are on the look out for lent friendly meals. When I was a kids it was my mom's homemade mac and cheese. When m... Posted on 3/12/11 at 3:32 AM
GRANVILLE, N.D. — Six-year-old Ethan Kuhnhenn looked at the food his school lunch ladies handed him with skepticism.
Holding it as far away as he could, he debated whether to try the foreign orange object.
By Teri Finneman , Forum Communicaitons Co.
, September 20, 2010
Portion-size was an issue of debate Tuesday as parents and students said the food they eat at lunch isn’t enough to fill students’ bellies.
Jamestown Public School officials said the government limits what Food Services offers both from a nutritional and monetary standpoint.
October can be a great month for the Ladies who Lunch. The food might not be particularly filling, but the stories of people helped by the women sitting around the tables provide much more substantial satisfaction. That was certainly Cokie’s experience at a lunch last week with our daughter in Washington, and one this week with our daughter-in-law in Raleigh as local women’s giving circles — great groups of women who band together to better their communities — honored their awardees.
Steve and Cokie Roberts, Newspaper Enterprises
, October 31, 2009
One student nibbled from her friend’s fork Wednesday. She liked the bite so much, she even asked for another.
The student, Jessica Lawrence, a senior at Jamestown High School, is typically adverse to eating the top tier of the food pyramid, but when that top tier tops her pizza, Jessica said it doesn’t taste so bad.
“You should try this. I don’t usually like vegetables either, Jayden,” she said to her friend, Jayden Washburn, a Jamestown High School junior.
People in Jamestown have the opportunity to learn how to stress less and have more fun by attending a parish mission night event at St. James Basilica Catholic Church from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday, with refreshments to follow. The evening will be held in the Zebedee Center Gym and is for ages 5-105, with childcare being provided for those under age 5. National speaker, author and cartoonist Jason Kotecki has been invited to share key strategies for de-stressing life by renewing and embracing a childlike faith.
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