Golden Star Fruit Winners

Audrey Logan: drink Hyssop tea for it curbs the hunger pains, tip from when i was a homeless teen.

Aisha Entz: Well I am blessed and fortunate to have food in my cupboards and fridge so I eat!.

Signe Knuston: Eat an apple as big as my head, and share it with 4 people.



Food For Thought
Desmond Dekker - Isrealites
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=r5JHGi0awgc
 
 
Golden Star Fruit Winners

Audrey Logan: mix it into cake batter, let them cut up the veggies(empowerment) make into fun shapes for dipping

Garrett Everett: Chili, stew and other sauces!

Madelaine Dwyer: Shred carrots and add it to tomato/pasta sauce; mash steamed cauliflower in with your mashed potatoes

Allyssa Soke: i have had lots of success getting my homework club students to try new veggies by sitting down and eating with them.

Khalin McGiffen: Smoothies. Call it candy.

Curtis Robert: dehydrate them, powder and then add to anything!

Dan Moroz: I used to give my girls a cup of frozen peas to eat before a meal, they liked them. Also, they liked cucumber slices, so those were served before the meal too. That way, I didn't really care if they were picky eaters during dinner, they'd already had some good stuff.

Allison Slessor: dip them in chocolate! or tell them that's what the dinosaurs eat raaaarrrrrrr!!!!!! every kid wants to be a dino, make it a dino platter!!

 

Food For thought
Fred Penner – Sandwiches http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=laKEcYUD77k


 
 
Golden Star Fruit Winner

  Adam bee: Aloe vera!


Food For thought
How to use Aloe Vera - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6HFCnSAiUJs


 
 
Golden Star Fruit Winner

Audrey Logan: food origins, not where they were presently grown but 5W's on history


Food For thought
“The Columbian Exchange” - a brief video on the history of colonization focused on the exchange containing a very short list of the many foods that originated in North & South “America”
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=d2bUM0DaT2Y