Cooking up confidence in the kitchen
The class has learned not only how to be safe in the kitchen and around knives, or cooking skills, most importantly, they’ve learned both how to be confident in the kitchen and in their skills
Kisipanakak Goose Camp: An opportunity for youth to learn and practice traditional skills
Late April is geese hunting season in Pimicikamak/Cross Lake and every year at this time, Kerry Muswagon takes a group of 15-20 students from D.R. Hamilton School on the land.
Tools for navigating a new food system
Every Monday for the past two months, Food Matters Manitoba has been running its Newcomer Nutrition Program with a group of Arabic newcomer families.
Collaborating and problem solving at Community Tables
Whether they were creating together in the kitchen or commiserating about the shared challenge of diabetes awareness, you could feel the connections in the room strengthening. And that’s what Community Tables is all about. Because serving up good food for our communities isn’t always easy, but the more we can support each other, the more we can achieve.
Food Matters Manitoba
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