Recipe of the week: Home made pad thai!

Try our delicious Home Made Pad Thai! Home made pad thai! Print Recipe type: Main Prep time: 10 mins Cook time: 20 mins Total time: 30 mins Serves: 6-8 Ingredients For the Sauce: 2/3 cup water ¼ cup soy sauce, low sodium 2 tablespoons brown sugar 6 tablespoons sunflower seed butter 2 tablespoons lime juice, freshly squeezed 1 tablespoons rice wine vinegar 2 teaspoons
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THANK YOU W.E. BROWN and CBS 19 NEWSPLEX

Thank you W.E. Brown  and CBS 19 Newsplex for your commitment to our community.  We are so appreciative of your support as this month’s local partner organization!!!  What an honor. Watch the commercial below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6inFqvNA0V4


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A visit to Willow Tree Apps, job interview theatrics and an unlikely favorite recipe

  After being back in the office officially for just a little over a week after having my second daughter—it’s certain to say I don’t necessarily have the time to write on our blog today.  But sometimes, you have to stop and reflect and document a day.  Because it was that good. Yesterday was the best day of our KSA (Kids Supporting Agriculture) program
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My Summer Internship Experience at PB&J

I am so glad I have had the opportunity to work with The PB&J Fund this summer. Every Thursday, I was lucky enough to spend my day there as an intern. In the mornings, I worked with Emily and learned about the different steps it takes to operate a nonprofit organization. I completed small assigned tasks and observed how Emily runs her job. In
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TBT- Throw back to 4 moments of pure GRATITUDE this Spring…

All things are quiet at The PB &J Fund as the Spring has just come to a close.  Even with summer camps knocking on our door, I thought reflecting on some of our favorite moments these last couple of months was in order. We are so grateful for… 1.  Chef Harrison Keevil, the staggeringly talented and kind chef from Brookville, bringing fun and competition to
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TomTom Festival Top 10

We had a blast at the TomTom Pop up parks at Lee Park this past Saturday.  Such a blast that we wanted to relive by making a top ten list of our most favorite moments 1. Watching our weekly Creative Cooking students (paired with their parents) volunteer and take some serious leadership and recruit younger kids to play our My Plate Mixup game (that
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New record: 204 friends in one week…

Since we moved into the Kitchen, we at PB &J are very frequently asked what we do here (always reminding me of the below Office Space scene).  Many people who didn’t know us before we moved a year and a half ago are kindly very curious about how we spend our days in this beautiful space as they haven’t known us since we started
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Holiday Giving- Year 5

For five years, The PB &J Fund has been providing meal bags to Charlottesville City Schools for the extended holiday break.  It started as many of our programs did- from a small conversation about a big need.  Then it expanded to a few more schools and a few more hands, then finally to all lower elementaries in Charlottesville City Schools and a few other
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Meet Chef Alex!

Because we are (admittedly) not the best about spreading the word about PB &J, it comes as no surprise we have yet to introduce you to all of our wonderful Chefs.  But we would like to actively work on changing that. So today- meet Chef Alex.  We had the pleasure of meeting her over two years ago and she has since been a fast
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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. 
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