New School Cuisine Cookbook: Nutritious and Seasonal Recipes for School Cooks by School Cooks

School food is key to get kids to eat healthier. Educators, administrators, and parents across the country are working to improve children's nutrition and eating habits - building school gardens, designing cooking classes, organizing farm field trips. But the fastest, most realistic way to get kids to eat better: serve school food that tastes good.

New School Cuisine is the first-ever effort by public school cooks who wrote a hands-on cookbook for their peers. It is the only cookbook that is for school cooks, by school cooks; includes only kid-tested recipes; and features local, seasonal ingredients and farm to school resources.

The book includes more than 75 recipes for school kitchens to prepare healthy, locally-sourced meals for their students. It's a practical resource for child nutrition programs: each recipe is in USDA format, yields school-sized quantities, includes a nutritional analysis and contains information on the specific food components that credit towards meeting the USDA meal pattern.

A project of Vermont Agency of Education, School Nutrition Association of Vermont, USDA, Team Nutrition, and Vermont FEED (a partnership of NOFA-VT and Shelburne Farms).

Order here or download a digital copy for free.

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