The Kitchen Diva Health Outreach Lunch and Lecture and The Kitchen Diva Farm Feast Dinners

Angela Shelf Medearis The KItchen Diva
Angela Shelf Medearis
The KItchen Diva

 

The Kitchen Diva Health Outreach Lunch and Lecture series focuses on health for the whole body–mental, physical, and spiritual.   The Lunch and Lecture Series begins April 17th, at the George Washington Carver Museum, 1165 Angelina Street, Austin, 78702.  Lunch check-in starts at at 11:30 a.m.   THE LUNCH AND LECTURE SERIES is $20 for a nutritious lunch and a drink.  Please register at http://www.kitchendiva.org.

The Kitchen Diva Health Outreach is a division of Book Boosters, Inc., a 501 (c) 3 health and education organization that provides support for Central Texas organizations to present health education information; healthy lunches in conjunction with community health fairs; diabetes-friendly meals to participates involved in the University of Texas Diabetes Studies; and nationally in partnership with the American Diabetes Association via speeches, workshops and cooking demos at conferences.

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THE KITCHEN DIVA FARM FEAST dinner series celebrates the work of local farmers and ranchers. farm workers, and food artisans using their ingredients and products as part of the dinner menu.   Kinky Friedman, Carol Ann Sayle and Larry Butler,  and the farm workers of Boggy Creek Farms Texas farm and their produce and products will be our guests of honor at the dinner. The Farm Feasts are $100 per person.  Please register at http://www.kitchendiva.org.

Proceeds from the Farm Feast dinners are used to purchase the produce and products from local farmers and to support The Kitchen Diva Health Outreach Project to provide healthy food education information and nutritious meals for under-served Central Texas communities.  We use the money we raise from the Dinners to provide free lunches using local farm produce in conjunction with Central Texas community health fairs.  This is often the first time that many of the health fair attendees have an opportunity to taste ethnic and American comfort foods and heritage recipes prepared using  fresh, local vegetables and nutritious ingredients and to get information about diet-related illnesses.

THE KITCHEN DIVA FARM FEASTS AT THE GEORGE WASHINGTON CARVER MUSEUM, 1165 Angelina Street, AUSTIN, TEXAS–Check-in starts at 6:30 p.m., Dinner is served at 7:00 p.m.

 

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