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Les Petits Chefs make Jamie Oliver’s vegetable-egg fried rice

One of the things I love about teaching kids to cook is showing them how easy some of their favourite meals are to make at home.  Obviously, with easily identifiable and pronounceable ingredients, these dishes are much better for them, though that’s not a focus when I teach – I tend to focus more on […]

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Les Petits Chefs make Jamie Oliver’s spaghetti bolognese

We’re back! Though we started out with just a few Petits Chefs this week because of various team tryouts going on, the small group was thrilled to start the term with a perennial favourite – spaghetti bolognese!  But not just any spaghetti bolognese, the Food Revolution version.  Especially when they found out it had bacon […]

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Sign it. Share it. Fighting for food education for every child.

This Food Revolution Day, Jamie Oliver is embarking on perhaps his most ambitious campaign ever – to make practical food education compulsory in schools across the world.  Jamie says: I urgently need your help to make a real difference. We’re currently facing a global obesity epidemic, with 42 million children under the age of five either […]

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Baby steps: on cooking with kids and being a Food Revolutionary

Trust the Food Revolution community to ask its Ambassadors a thought-provoking question as the year draws to a close…  For December‘s Food Revolution Ambassador Monthly Challenges one of our challenges was: Share your greatest Food Revolution moment from 2014. Whether conquering a certain recipe, getting your picky eaters to try new foods, or joining FRD2014 […]

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The journey, not the destination: What the Food Revolution means to me

(a version of this post was first published on the now-defunct “Sobeys’ “Better Food” blog in 2012) Longtime readers of this blog will know that I volunteer as a Food Revolution Ambassador for Toronto.  Which, in part, involves encouraging others to take part in Food Revolution Day each year. But being an Ambassador goes beyond […]

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