Food Literacy Project
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The Food Literacy Project and the Harvard Undergraduate Beekeepers will provide students with a variety of bee-pollinated foods at a series of Food Future Study Breaks over the next two weeks.
Harvard students basked in the fragrance of freshly-baked cider doughnuts and roamed through rows of crops with produce that will later be served in Harvard dining halls during an excursion to the Wilson Farm on Friday.
John Wilson informs students about the long history of Wilson Farms in Lexington on Monday in Lexington, Massachusetts. Students toured the 33 acre farm with the Food Literacy Project at Harvard Dining Services.
“I grew up on a farm; my father was a farmer. I could walk out into the field and pick peas and eat them off the vine.” Crista Martin, director of communications for Harvard University Dining Services, sits on a swivel office chair surrounded by piles of papers.
Special offerings such as Maine Lobster Bisque, five-cheese tortellini with spinach and mushrooms, and New England apple crisp had students going back for seconds and thirds during Wednesday night’s Food Day dinner.
Rebecca A. Ruskin '13, president of the Harvard Culinary Society, enjoys bite-sized cupcakes from Kickass Cupcakes with her blockmates, Scott J. Yim '13 and Lina Lavitsky '13. The biannual food expo featured food samples and coupons from different restaurants in the Cambridge area, including Berryline, Tamarind Bay, Qdoba, and Finale's.
Diane Kochilas presents her final product featuring a variety of Greek traditional food on Thursday. The free event, sponsored by Harvard University Dining Services and the Food Literacy Project, brought a packed crowd to Pforzheimer House's Hastings Room.
Diane Kochilas prepares Greek food while discussing transitions in Greek culinary traditions on Thursday. The free event, co-sponsored by Harvard University Dining Services and the Food Literacy Project, brought a packed crowd to Pforzheimer House's Hastings Room.
Although construction on the Science Center plaza has forced the Tuesday Farmer's Market to its new Natural History Museum loaction, the myriad of foods, like these apples, are as tantalizingly colorful as ever.
David P. Davidson, new managing director of HUDS, has taped a word cloud to his office’s glass wall, which looks out onto the rest of HUDS office.
Clover passes out freshly made fruit salads at Taste of Harvard Square in Bolyston Hall. The event drew a long line out of the door while students waited to try delectable tidbits from multiple restaurants in the Square.