Food Revolution Day 2015

The end result: Pukka Yellow Curry garnished with sour cream and Cilantro.

I have participated in Food Revolution Day the past few years by continuing to teach my kids some basic life skills primarily the ability to be able to prepare simple, healthy, tasty and affordable food.

Very serious chefs preparing for a Food Revolution.
Very serious teenage chefs preparing for a Food Revolution.

Spring is a time for new beginnings, probably not a coincidence that Jamie Oliver has timed his campaign for Food Education for Children around the world for this season.

My son stirring the pan full of vegetables
My son stirring the pan full of vegetables

Each year I choose a recipe from Jamie’s suggestions (this year Pukka Yellow Curry), make sure I have all of the ingredients on hand and print out the recipe. I coach them along the way but if there is a short accompanying video to help wrap their heads around the concept then that can be helpful.

The preparation was a little slow for my newbie cooks but after the Curry finished my son could be quoted as saying “This was worth the wait!” and the leftovers on day 2 were great too 😋

The end result: Pukka Yellow Curry garnished with sour cream and Cilantro.
The end result: Pukka Yellow Curry garnished with sour cream and Cilantro.

4 thoughts on “Food Revolution Day 2015”

  1. I love curry! Thanks for the recipe video.

    And not sure if my ss comment posted so I’ll put it here too:

    What a great way to spend mother’s day!
    I’ve been wanting to try drawing an urban scene, but find it overwhelming to start. Seeing your progress photos breaks it down to an approachable goal. Your final urban drawing is wonderful and love that you kept it to one color.

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