The Art of Food in Frogtown and RondoMain MenuThe Art of Food in Frogtown and RondoSeveral networks interested in investing their time, engagement, and care in community food in Frogtown and Rondo are collaborating to explore what it takes to support and build equitable fresh food in their neighborhoods.Frogtown FarmAEDAAsian Economic Development AssociationUrban Farm and Garden AllianceUrban Farm and Garden Alliance Greens CookoffIn November and December of 2016, the Urban Farm and Garden Alliance convened a gathering around cooking GREENS.Public Art St. PaulSustainability@Hamline53a66acd31006d343906ce1a4c7df8af8da2d56b
Meet Sunflower man, Jim, at Rondo's greens cook-off.
12017-02-27T10:04:30-08:00Valentine Cadieux0826c60623ca5f5c8c1eb72fc2e97084d0c44cf8118191On December 3rd. 2016, Storymobile pedaled on over to St. Paul's Rondo neighborhood. Inside Pilgrim Church community members gathered together for a greens cook-off. Contestants cooked 13 different kinds of greens to be judged. Attendees sampled each one and awarded one the winner!
The Urban Farm and Garden Alliance in partnership with The Art of Food in Frogtown and Rondo hosted the cook-off and community meal. Entertainment was provided by Jesses's Heart and Soul Drumming Group, Elite Family dance group, The History Theatre and Spoken Word artist Truth Maze.
Storymobile was there to find out: who's eating what? Storymobile Podcast by Katey DeCelleplain2017-02-27T10:04:30-08:00SoundCloud2016/12/14 16:13:47 +0000297609996STORYMOBILE Podcastcc-by-nc-saValentine Cadieux0826c60623ca5f5c8c1eb72fc2e97084d0c44cf8
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Exploring how the places we get our food help build communities
Think of the places in your neighborhood where you nourish yourself. If you're lucky, you might have a grocery store, or a small market. Perhaps a handful of restaurants, some local, some chains, fast and slow food. You might have a gas station or convenience store nearby, but it might be your only option.
I want to use this page to explore the role where we get our food impacts how we connect with our neighbors.