Founded in 2010 by a Maryland local, Nourish Now collects surplus fresh food from over 100 food providers, preventing waste, and delivers it to families, shelters, food banks and other organizations.
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Recipe provided by Nourish Now. When Nourish Now shares recipes with its clients, the organization tries to choose simple ones that do not require many ingredients. This chicken is easy to…
Joyful Food Markets, a program of Martha’s Table and the Capital Area Food Bank, are pop-up markets held in schools in DC’s Wards 7 and 8 that provide students with free, healthy food.
Recipe contributed by Martha’s Table. Each month, Martha’s Table Food Educators try to come up with a fun, healthy and easy-to-prepare recipe that uses food almost entirely available at the…
For many looking for ways to eat healthier, the paleo diet—whole foods, meat, fish, fruits and vegetables—has become popular. Two local Jewish women are even giving Jewish cuisine a paleo touch.
Jewish holidays and culture are full of lots of delicious traditions, but if you treat every Shabbat and simcha like a special occasion, all that food can catch up with you.
On October 25, local food enthusiasts will gather with their friends on rooftops and in homes for One Pot Suppers to engage in conversations about hunger and raise money for Martha’s Table.
Originally a side project to bring in extra holiday cash, sisters Caitlin and Meaghan Murphy turned their mini cheesecake sales into a full-time business. Five years later, business is thriving, and the community is happy.