Save-A-Lot’s Fuel Your Family Road Trip rolled over to the Capital Area Food Bank on its last leg of a 2,000 mile campaign.
Posts Categorized: Healthy Eating
The Capital Area Food Bank has brought together Anacostia youth for the past five summers through the Garden Club at Children of Mine Center.
Resident Dietitian Jodi Balis talks dry goods strategy and cornmeal bakes.
Gardeners take great pleasure knowing the little seed they once planted became a delicious and healthy addition to their meal.
Summer is a time when fresh juicy tomatoes and basil beg to sing together in your mouth.
Wrapping a combination of ingredients into a corn tortilla can make any meal creative, fun, portable and affordable.
Time, location, lifestyle, and economics make our food landscape dynamic and ever changing. It is this changing food landscape that can provide new ideas when finding ways to Eat Healthy on a Budget.
“Food deserts” are areas where it’s hard to find places to purchase or acquire affordable, healthy food. Surprisingly, this is a big problem in the Washington metro area. According to the Food Desert Locator, the northeast and southeast sections of the District of Columbia have many such areas. Food deserts are also prevalent in Montgomery… Read more »
Columbia Baptist Church recently hosted an All About Herbs Day during its regular Saturday distribution, in which volunteers worked with clients to plant basil, parsley and vegetable seeds. After utilizing the fresh herbs from the Crossroads Food Pantry to flavor their meals, clients were excited to finally grow their own. After the herbs were planted,… Read more »
It was a Thursday afternoon in March, and you could feel the excitement building as project coordinators from Capital One and the Capital Area Food Bank prepared the conference room for the second Weekend Bag Sponsorship packing event. We walked through the room to ensure the stations were set up with the necessary supplies: tables… Read more »