Join JDL staff as they show you how to create quick and tasty meals!
June 28: Shelley and Annette from Parma will cook a Fourth of July inspired BBQ. On the menu tender BBQ Chicken using an Instant Pot, Potato Salad, and Apple Crisp.
July 26: Mary from Napoleon will show you how to create various sushi dishes.
August 23: Melody from Youth Service at Carnegie will show how easy and affordable it is to make sauces, stocks, and salsas from scratch.
These prerecorded programs will be available on JDL’s Facebook page and YouTube channel.
Join Angela Tate, Community Nutrition Instructor with MSU Extension, to explore ways kids can help in the kitchen with age appropriate kitchen activities, how to get them involved so that they are more likely to eat the food prepared and more.
There will be several budget-friendly recipes/snack ideas, and opportunities for participants to engage with ideas that will use up ingredients you have, stretch your ingredients, and how to make simple swaps to turn a recipe framework into something your family will enjoy.
This program will take place on Zoom. To join, click here.
Starting May 3, you can pick up recipe cards, measuring cups and spoons at your local library branch, while supplies last (one per family). You can also access the resource packet here.