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Book details
  • Genre:COOKING
  • SubGenre:Regional & Ethnic / American / California Style
  • Language:English
  • Pages:60

The Tenderloin Cooking School

Smart Meals for Small Spaces

by Compiled by Leah's Pantry

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Overview

The Tenderloin Cooking School: Smart Meals for Small Spaces is a cookbook reflecting the spirit and ingenuity of San Francisco’s dense Tenderloin and Mid-Market neighborhoods. Each delicious recipe, perfected by neighborhood residents, is inexpensive and can be made without a stovetop or oven. Throughout, residents also share stories of cooking and their own journeys to a healthy life. Whether you live in one of these vibrant neighborhoods or far away, this book will inspire you, too, to cook for health!

Description

The Tenderloin Cooking School: Smart Meals for Small Spaces is a cookbook reflecting the spirit and ingenuity of San Francisco’s dense Tenderloin and Mid-Market neighborhoods. Each delicious recipe, perfected by neighborhood residents, is inexpensive and can be made without a stovetop or oven. Throughout, residents also share stories of cooking and their own journeys to a healthy life. Whether you live in one of these vibrant neighborhoods or far away, this book will inspire you, too, to cook for health! This cookbook highlights the ingenuity of San Francisco residents and demonstrates a grassroots effort to move this community towards healthier food choices. The recipes showcase how to integrate fresh ingredients and healthy foods into daily meals, even if a fully operational kitchen is not available. This cookbook was created by residents and providers from the Tenderloin neighborhood and illustrates how healthy cooking can become a part of anyone’s life with a few basic pieces of cooking equipment, some inspiration, and some fresh ingredients.

About the author

Leah’s Pantry, who spearheaded the project, provides customized, culturally relevant nutrition and culinary programs that reinforce evidence-based nutrition messaging while sparking the imagination and taste buds of individuals and agencies throughout California. Leah’s Pantry works with adults, seniors, and kids to choose fruits and vegetables, cook at home, and make dietary choices that reduce the risk of chronic disease. Founded in San Francisco in 2006, Leah’s Pantry provides programs in nutrition education, culinary literacy and environmental support for a wide-variety of low-income populations, community-based organizations, and public agencies throughout California. Leah’s Pantry has full-time staff in both San Francisco and San Diego. Visit us online at www.leahspantrysf.org and www.eatfresh.org.

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