The Cookbook Project
This program is called Food for All. It is meant for a young adult population and explores more complex content related to food justice, food policy, and sustainability. Participants learn how to use critical thinking to make healthy food choices, and gain valuable food planning, budgeting, and preparation skills.
This program is called Food Geography, with a focus on understanding food through a local and global perspective. Participants learn about seasonality and the origin of common foods. More complex food preparation skills are also introduced.
This program is called Food Culture Chefs. It is meant for children between the ages of 8-11. The content focuses on learning about nutrition through the lens of food culture. Participants learn basic cooking skills and how to make healthy food choices.
This program is called Food Waste Warriors. It is meant for younger age groups and focuses on understanding the basics of food and nutrition through color. Participants taste, prepare, and learn about food and why it’s important to eat healthy and reduce food waste, especially at school!
CBP’s innovative food education programming creates healthy and sustainable communities worldwide.
To empower youth to be the catalysts for healthier communities through food and cooking education.