Wednesday, September 1, 2010

We're on Kojo Today

By Ed Bruske
aka The Slow Cook

I'll be on the Kojo Nnamdi show at noon today with Chef Cathal Armstrong of Restaurant Eve talking about the food in D.C. schools, something we've been writing about quite a lot in recent months.

We've got an entire hour for the discussion, so don't be afraid to call in or e-mail your questions about how we can improve school food for all kids in the District of Columbia. You can listen to the show live either at 88.5 FM on your radio or on the internet. If you miss the show live, you can call it up later and listen to the archived version at Kojo's website.

I recently wrote about Cathal Armstrong and his proposal to use his charitable foundation to take over food service at Tyler Elementary School on Capitol Hill using parent volunteers. Between that, the recently passed "Healthy Schools Act," the hiring of a new food services director at D.C. Public Schools and two new pilot food projects, there's plenty going on in school food to keep the conversation going.

See you on the radio!

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