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Cooking Matters Class

Community Action Center is hosting a six week series called "Cooking Matters" in our community kitchen.  Cooking Matters is a program of Share Our Strength, presented locally in partnership with Solid Ground.  The class features different nutrition concepts, recipes, and skills each week. Cook nutritious and delicious food on a budget Get a free bag of [...]

Cooking Matters Class2019-01-11T10:52:00-07:00

Spring Season Food Management Class

Join us for the fall season of our food management class and learn tips on planning, shopping, saving, cooking, and nutrition.  This fall series runs Thursdays in April (5-26) from 4:30-5:30 PM. Topics include: Meal Planning       Using Food Labels and Shopping Saving Money Cooking  Previous Students have benefited from this class in many ways.  One [...]

Spring Season Food Management Class2018-03-14T10:16:39-07:00

2nd Annual Chef’s Challenge

Second Annual Chef's Challenge for the benefit of Community Food! $20 per Person, tickets now on sale! Sunday March 25, 2018, 5 PM, at SEL Event Center in Pullman 2017's winning Chef Matthew Lasof of WSU with fellow competitors Will Wohlfeil (far left), Ryan Avery (far right), and assistants! Fun, food & competition! [...]

2nd Annual Chef’s Challenge2018-02-25T07:40:19-07:00

Chef’s Challenge Tickets

Join local chefs & Community Food March 25! Joan Swensen and Joe Astorino, along with Chef s Adam Koerner, Matthew Lasof, and Will Wohlfeil, invite you to the 2nd Annual Chef's Challenge cook-off for Community Food. SEL Event Center is hosting this fun, fast-moving food event, with silent auction items, drawings and prizes, as well [...]

Chef’s Challenge Tickets2018-02-25T07:57:30-07:00

Food Summit 2018: Your Place at the Table: Committing to Food Access on the Palouse

Regional Food Summit 2018 Features the Palouse Tables Project A slide created by the VISTA in the Palouse Tables Project.   On January 27, 2018, the Palouse Tables Project was invited to talk to the community about food insecurity on the Palouse. The  team built a case for why the food insecurity assessment was necessary [...]

Food Summit 2018: Your Place at the Table: Committing to Food Access on the Palouse2018-03-15T15:25:38-07:00

Farm to Food Bank Demonstration Series Wraps Up!

Farm to Food Bank Demonstration Series Wraps Up! Many thanks are in order to the chefs and farmers who made our first summer series of "Farm to Food Bank" a success. We had the following farms, organizations, & growers provide fresh, local produce for our demonstrations:  Runner Bean Ranch, Johnson Cooperative,  Backyard Harvest, Washington State University Organic Farm, Erik Landry, as [...]

Farm to Food Bank Demonstration Series Wraps Up!2017-10-04T14:55:24-07:00

September Food Demonstration: Name that Vegetable!

AUTUMN FRESH PRODUCE Come to our next Farm-to-Food Bank Demonstration featuring Nanci Selk of Allergy Sensitive Kitchen.  Come along and learn nutrition together by "naming that vegetable" and learning all about different varieties of winter squash. The demonstration is on September 21st, from 3:30-5:30 in the Community Action Center Kitchen. Hope to see you there! [...]

September Food Demonstration: Name that Vegetable!2017-08-31T11:49:57-07:00

Lentil Chili feeding Community!

Almost 900 pounds of Lentil Festival chili is ready to share with households in need in Pullman and Whitman County! Thanks go out to the generous work of the Pullman Chamber of Commerce Lentil Festival staff, Francis Benjamin, and the WSU Center for Civic Engagement! Ashley Vaughan, the WSU-CCE Palouse Fresh Food Project Coordinator, worked with [...]

Lentil Chili feeding Community!2017-08-31T15:42:42-07:00