Over twenty years ago, Harvey Bernstein and daughter Corey had a rugelach-baking gig called Daughter & Dad. It then went on hiatus, but recently came back as Me & 3.
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Baltimore farm enthusiast (and JFE writer) Josh Rosenstein recently launched Edible Eden Baltimore Foodscapes, LLC, which designs, installs and maintains food gardens and edible landscapes and provides tons more information on using up your harvest.
Passover tells a story of freedom from slavery, but Jews aren’t the only people to experience oppression. Several Seders in the DC area address oppression of other groups based on many different factors and seek liberation for all.
Talk about a one-two punch: The Wide Net Project deals with overpopulation of nonnative blue catfish in the Chesapeake Bay by turning them into a local source for hunger relief.
Volunteer opportunities (food-related and otherwise) abound around Thanksgiving and the winter holidays. Jane offers some tips for making the most out of volunteering during the holidays and year round.
“Your meal was a gift from someone who came before you. To keep the chain of gifts alive, we invite you to pay it forward for those dine after you.”
Food & Friends in northeast DC delivers meals to individuals who are chronically ill or in hospice care. More than just food, the meals give clients independence, dignity and hope in the face of illness.