cooking

Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
Going meatless once a week has been proven to have a positive impact on the planet — especially if more people participate. Here's how to get involved!
Planet Forward Intern/Marymount University
Including the energy used to heat water, the kitchen is responsible for up to 22% of all home energy costs. We have some tricks you can use to cut energy use and get the most out of your cooking.
Explorers in America
Jeff Schwartz, executive director of Broad Community Connections, and I sat in the garden behind his ReFresh project to talk about this one-of-a-kind “fresh food hub.” ReFresh is home to eight or so organizations ranging from local non-profits to a... Read More
Director of Academic Adventures, Planet Forward
KIBERA, Kenya – In the largest slum in Kenya, even if families can get food they might not have the tools to cook it safely. Meet Mary Njenga, a Kenyan scientist developing a cleaner, cheaper cooking fuel.
The Ravine is a restaurant that supports the community by only using products made locally. Owner Joel Miller offers some insight into his vision behind his restaurant. "Eat Your Locals," is Ravine's theme, encouraging local commerce, fresher... Read More