On March 23, Leah’s Pantry facilitated a webinar for over 200 partners interested in pantry-specific resources and guidance during the COVID-19 outbreak. The compiled list of resources is a Google Doc we are updating as additional resources are made available. We’ve also started a Facebook group to discuss and share these resources.
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CUESA and Slow Money Northern California are hosting a webinar tomorrow: Community Resilience: How we can now support farmers, restaurants, and stores during the COVID-19 crisis. Register here. More info: Join Slow Money Northern California, CUESA, a farmer, and a chef for a virtual lunchtime gathering around building food resiliency in our communities. Learn how the food […]
The hunger relief network has responded rapidly to the tremendous need resulting from COVID-19. Across California: You can enter your zipcode here to find local resources. San Francisco Residents: The SF-Marin food locator now includes pop up pantries that recently opened. San Diego residents, Edible San Diego compiled this wonderful resource guide, which includes resources […]
San Francisco famers’ markets are considered “essential” businesses so they will remain open during the shelter-in-place order. Stay nourished and keep our local economies going! https://sf.eater.com/2020/3/18/21185944/san-francisco-farmers-markets-ferry-building-coronavirus TIP: Use the tag and category links below to find additional related resources.
Looking for a cheesy snack this #MeatlessMonday? Try our Vegetable Quesadillas, which add a colorful addition of green bell peppers, corn, and tomato to a classic dish. https://eatfresh.org/recipe/main-dish/vegetable-quesadillas#.XjMlj2hKg2w
Make brownies healthier with a secret ingredient – black beans! Packed with fiber and protein, this Black Bean Brownies recipe will be a sweet addition to your #MeatlessMonday. https://eatfresh.org/recipe/desserts-baked-goods/black-bean-brownies#.XjMjZmhKg2w