Recipe Is In The News!
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Chef Justin featured in Eating Well May/June 2017

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The editorial team at Eating Well are ramping up their veggie intake and challenging each other in VegOut! this month. They praise the work of Recipe for Success in their most recent publication and feature Chef Justin Kouri, along with his recipe that gives a spin to the "humble" radish. Get out your mixing bowl and give Chef Justin's Grilled
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Sprouts Helps Grow Hope Farms

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Sprouts is passionate about supporting organizations that are stewards of health and wellness in the communities where our team members and guests work, live and play. Launched in 2015, the Sprouts Healthy Communities Foundation was created to support local nonprofit organizations creating stronger and healthier communities served by Sprouts. In April, stores hosted a first ever in-store "Round Up for
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Summertime Fun for Kids

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There's no place like RecipeHouse for the summertime! Imagine this scene at home - kids in the kitchen preparing a deliciously healthy snack for the family to enjoy. Making it a reality is easy if you register for one of our fun-filled Summer Camps at RecipeHouse or Hope Farms. Campers spend the week learning about cooking and gardening. Choose from
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Delicious Alchemy Banquet Smashing Success

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Nearly $200,000 Raised to Support the Foundation's Mission! We are thrilled to announce our second annual Delicious Alchemy Banquet was a run-away success! The energy in the room was buzzing and not just because the wine and spirits were flowing freely (because they were)! There is such joy from a sharing a meal and scintillating conversations with friends old and
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"Pie", a poem by Rich Levy

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How mollifying, late afternoon, when one is aloneand lunch is long over, to stop at the cafeteria for a slice of key lime pie. You take a tableby the window and turn your back to the room as if you have much to think about, when in realityyou are staring blankly at an almost rainy blank sky and the windblown
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Exploring the World through Food

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Every year our Seed-to-Plate Team fine tunes a new year-long lesson plan with 20 integrated culinary and gardening classes designed to be embedded into an elementary student's regular school day, or delivered in an after school format or even adapted for summer camp. Each lesson plan has a comprehensive step by step guide for teachers and beautiful collateral materials that
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Chronicle Reports on Hope

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Nonprofit Recipe for Success brings produce, jobs to Sunnyside as reported by John D. Harden / Houston Chronicle, August 7, 2017 By mid-morning, Justin Myers' hands were covered with dirt, his stubble dripped with sweat and his clothes smelled like the dark soil he was using to plant the upcoming season's crops. He and six other volunteers arrived in Sunny-side
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Bruce Simon is Volunteer of the Month

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While on summer break from his three year stretch as a substitute teacher, Bruce was in search of a volunteer opportunity in which he could positively impact children's lives. He learned of Recipe for Success Foundation through Volunteer Houston and jumped in feet first, engaging in summer camp, hope farms work days, and office work dedicating over 150 hours this