I'm a writer specialising in social media content creation and blog management. Currently working for IN Food Marketing & Design in Minneapolis on a part-time food writer internship.
Emma Anne Hallman was born for this. Raised by educators, she grew up knowing the importance of a strong school community. Now, as the Child Nutrition Director at Haleyville City School District in Haleyville, Alabama, Emma Anne and her team provide daily meals to about 1,700 students, and with over 60% of students getting free and reduced meals, those meals really count.
With takeout being the most popular method of service for many restaurants, single-use containers aren’t going away anytime soon. Foodservice operators are looking for ways to provide dining options while also being eco-conscious. This Earth Day, we’re looking at new ideas that deliver on stellar takeout with our planet in mind.
Kelley Mitchell MS, RD has worked in the Fontana Unified School District as a Nutrition Specialist for almost seven years. When she started, she worked mainly with special diets and menu planning, but her job has shifted a lot in the past year.
It’s not everyday you can discuss the merits of Pudgy Pies, what it’s like to de-feather a chicken, and the struggles of high-profile kitchens all at once.
Our Wellness Committee raised the bar yet again by honoring Black History Month while nourishing our minds and bodies. A $25 stipend from the committee allowed us to each support BIPOC- owned and operated local and national businesses.
It’s valen-time to add some romance into your day-to-day, and we at IN Food are excited to celebrate this holiday our favorite way, through food (It’s our love language).
Every year they partner with a Twin Cities nonprofit to help eliminate hunger in the metro area as part of their give-back campaign Food for All. During their 2020 Food for All partnership, they teamed up with the local food heroes, TC Food Justice.
As our chosen 2020 Food for All partner, we worked with their team to develop refreshed brand and marketing strategies.
Outsiders might expect Twin Cities local shopping to be capped off at small-batch Lutefisk, vegan snow shoes, or the best decor for your ice-fishing hut. Lucky for us, we’ve got style and fresh flair that reaches beyond restrictions of the arctic cold. We eat, sleep, and breathe support for our local businesses everyday of the year, and Small Business Saturday is just another excuse for us to express our community pride on our credit card bills.
Which was more impactful: Moses parting the Red Sea and leading Jewish people out of slavery, or the line “Fill up my cup, mazel tov!”
12 years after the release of the hit song played when sweaty preteens grind in front of their grandparents, Judaism Scholar and Black Eyed Peas Stan Jenny Silber has uncovered new evidence that points to some historical findings.
“I’ve always been of the opinion that Fergie and her band of lovable misfits were really the first people to put Judaism on the map...