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Tuscaloosa Food Summit, Oct, 14

Net Impact and Canterbury Episcopal Chapel are partnering to present the Tuscaloosa Food Summit on October 14. The summit will include panels and discussions about the complete cost of food, the role of farmers markets and community gardens in Tuscaloosa, … Continue reading

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Featured Recipe: Baird Family Squash Casserole

1 1/2 lbs Squash 1 onion 3-5oz desired cheese (cheddar, parmesan etc) 2-3T butter 1 egg Cornflake crumbs (or bread crumbs if not available) 1. Cook ¼ inch  squash slices along with sliced onion in a little water until it’s still al dente. 2. Drain immediately and while it’s still hot stir in grated cheese and some butter, salt and pepper.  When this mixture is cool, stir in one beaten egg (for a casserole to serve two).  Do not add egg until it’s cool or the egg will cook in the heat. 3. Pour into a baking dish. 4. Top with seasoned bread crumbs or—better—crushed cornflake crumbs dotted with more cheese. 5. Bake at 350 20-30 minutes to meld flavors and thicken the squash mixture. (Thanks to Lindsey Turner for this family recipe!)

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Homegrown Alabama Vendors Provide Fresh Products to Tuscaloosa Families

Starting last year, Homegrown Alabama began asking our vendors to donate leftover fresh produce to Canterbury Episcopal Chapel’s food pantry, Deacon’s Deli. We realized that although Deacon’s Deli supplies much-needed sustenance to families every week, that food is necessarily boxed, … Continue reading

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