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College Park Community Paper Interview with Janice Banks of Edible Education Experience
“Janice Banks is the president and CEO of the Edible Education Experience — a College Park– based nonprofit dedicated to educating students and others about gardening and culinary skills. This past April, the nonprofit celebrated two years of educating the community. EDDY DURYEA “
Kitchen House celebrates grand opening with Emeril Lagasse
The Emeril Lagasse Kitchen House and Culinary Garden celebrated its grand opening April 12 with quite the lineup — including the celebrity chef himself.
Beneficiary Spotlight: Grand Opening of the Emeril Lagasse Foundation Kitchen House & Culinary Garden
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.
The 3,500-square-foot commercial kitchen and garden was unveiled to a celebratory audience of community members and media who have patiently awaited the arrival of the one-of-a-kind, $1.2 million facility.
INTERSECTION: THE GARDEN AS CLASSROOM
The Edible Education Experience is a garden and kitchen where kids and adults will be able to learn how to grow & prepare food. The Emeril Lagasse Foundation Kitchen House and Culinary Garden features an established 1500 square-foot garden in Orlando’s College Park neighborhood. Behind it, contractors are putting the final touches on a brand new teaching kitchen.
Inside the first-ever Emeril Lagasse Foundation Kitchen House & Culinary Garden
Food Network's Celebrity Chef Emeril Lagasse, Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer, Orlando Commissioner Robert Stuart, Florida Hospital executives and others involved took part in the grand opening ceremony for the 3,500-square-foot structure.
Emeril Lagasse's Kitchen House opening soon in College Park
It’s easy to see a watermelon as just a watermelon. For a student, however, the fruit can be the perfect way to learn about circumference.
Measuring ingredients for a cake makes fractions more understandable, while learning about the food eaten by soldiers in World War I brings that period to life for 21st century children.
Emeril Lagasse Kitchen House and Culinary Garden celebrates grand opening in College Park
Clad in a monogrammed chef’s coat and armed with an over-sized pair of red scissors, celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse joined a group of Orlando Junior Academy eighth graders to cut the ribbon to mark the grand opening of the long-awaited Emeril Lagasse Foundation Kitchen House and Culinary Garden in College Park on Tuesday.