May 15, 2014
Food Justice Friday is Back! * Detroit-grown/Sourced Entrees! * Detroit-grown Talent! * Detroit-grown FOOD MOVEMENT! Join us in the creation of a family-friendly space that celebrates inter-generational connections and builds community through the sharing of healthy local food, stories/performances, and activities. Open Mic! Bring your food stories, testimonies on health-based transformations, as well as poems, […]
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Jambo on this beautiful sunshiny September day! The garden is in a transitionary mode, last week I planted as many fall seeds as I could see possible to sprout and hopefully yield before those cold dayz come again. So there is albino beets (yes they apparently come with a sweet flavor and a white flesh […]
Peace & Light, I apologize that there has not been sooner contact with hyperspace but much work has been happening here in the garden! Today had a lovely harvest of red onions, white onions, basil, cilantro, our first pick of jalapeño peppers & these amazing long cayenne peppers! There is a consistent harvest on the […]
People’s Kitchen Detroit Position: Program Assistant Hours: 15-25 hours/week Wage: $15/hr Start date: Tuesday, August 13th Objective: This position assists the PKD Director with organizing and facilitating programming to support the needs and mission of CHIRP. People’s Kitchen Detroit is dedicated to co-creating a safe, respectful and inclusive space where Detroiters can access affordable healthy […]
Arugula pesto is super nutritious and really tasty! It’s fairly easy and quick to grow. After seeding, you can harvest baby greens around three weeks and continue harvesting as they re-grow. Here’s our arugula bed just before harvest. At this point, the leaves are quite large. Harvesting with a sharp knife is easiest for me, […]