The PB&J Fund connects Charlottesville youth with the resources and knowledge necessary to help develop a healthy diet. By working with community partners to provide healthy meals and teach cooking habits, it aims to address kids' nutritional needs at each stage of development.
Last week’s “top 5 highlights” at The PB &J Kitchen
1. Spending 101 smiling camper hours in the kitchen… 2. The invention of the word “Quickle” Our 35 Keystone Produce shares scattered around downtown Charlottesville businesses received as their weekly “demonstration of how to use an item of produce in your bag this week” DELICIOUS quick pickles. The kids decided we frankly just have too much going on to say both words—enter: Quickles. 3.
Hello Summer indeed…
We can’t stop smiling over our first full week of summer EVER in the PB &J Kitchen last week. So excited to be in the thick of it. The following camps kicked off at The Kitchen: Garden to Table– with the City Schoolyard Garden (at Boys and Girls Club on Cherry Avenue Tuesdays and Thursdays/ Parks and Recreation Mondays and Wednesdays) Brunch Bunch– with