April 11, 2012—“Hunger Hits Home,” a documentary that takes a first-hand look at the crisis of childhood hunger in America through the eyes of the parents, children, anti-hunger activists, educators and politicians on the frontlines of the battle, will air on the Food Network on Saturday, April 14, at 8:00 p.m. Eastern/7:00 p.m. Central.
The film is part of an ongoing partnership between the Food Network and Share Our Strength's No Kid Hungry Campaign to end childhood hunger in America by 2015.
For more information, visit http://foodnetwork.com/hungry.
“Hunger Hits Home”
School cafeterias across the country are serving up delicious and different menu items that are nutritious too.
Whether it's Spicy Stir Fry, Chicken Curry Salad, or Cuban Style Roast Pork, international recipes helps school districts to meet nutrition standards in a fun way. It also helps students to understand and appreciate different cultures.
To provide students a wider range of vegetables, Wayzata Public Schools in MN offers a Spicy Lemon Chicken Stir Fry dish full of veggies like broccoli, carrot strips, green beans, crisp water chestnuts, onions and julienned red bell pepper.
Highline School District, WA (featured in the video) below provides kids with fun, educational activities that match the cultures represented on the lunch menu to promote cultural awareness among students.
Interested in ethnic menu options? Check out the whole story and learn more about new ethnic school menus at: http://www.traytalk.org/ethnic-foods-spicing-up-school-menus/
Tray Talk is not Mealtalk!Do you know that Tray Talk and Mealtalk are different programs? Mealtalk is USDA's listserv and Tray Talk (www.traytalk.org) is SNA's website for parents to help them understand the facts about school meals and learn about school nutrition success stories from around the country.
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