With fall season just around the corner, we can begin to appreciate the growth around us and give thanks for what is in front of us. Fall in Florida looks a whole lot different than fall in New England. It’s not harvest season in Florida, instead fall is a culmination of new beginnings, not the end. We can’t appreciate a full harvest at a Thanksgiving meal, if we don’t appreciate the beginnings of a new season.
What better way to get your students learning about the importance of seed-to-table education than getting a hands-on experience to cultivate their own healthy dishes? Take a field trip to Emeril Lagasse Foundation Kitchen House & Culinary Garden!
Our first Summer . . . in our inspiring new space . . . connecting kids with seed-to-table learning experiences to build a healthy future . . . has been blessed!
Field Trips ~ Home School Groups ~ Week-long Camps ~ Teacher Academy ~ Chef Night ~ Sunday Morning Gardening ~ Trevi Pasta Contest Winner ~ Private Events
A bare table with 40 chairs is stretched down the length of the covered veranda of the Emeril Lagasse Foundation Kitchen House & Culinary Garden. Tonight it is the Mentors’ Table, a fundraising event spearheaded by Chef Jaime McFadden’s PEAS Foundation.
A project in the making since 2014, the Emeril Lagasse Foundation Kitchen House & Culinary Garden officially opened its doors at Orlando Junior Academy in the College Park neighborhood of Orlando.
On March 3, Orlando Junior Academy students wrapped up their Edible Education classes for the year with some fierce competition! Grades 6-8 competed in groups against their classmates for bragging rights and a catered lunch at our Kitchen House by K Restaurant.
The 3rd annual School Garden Field Trip & Empathy Tour occurred in December on a spectacular Orlando day with an exciting group of twenty community folk!
The afternoon of January 24, found twenty-seven Noble Inc. employees carefully walking onto our construction site, lead by their CEO Jeff Baker, for a team-building edible education experience.