Friday, April 23, 2010

Memories of a Food Revolution

I was uploading my camera, and found a ton of photos from way back in October-November, when I was volunteering for the community kitchen of an unknown production, now known as Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution. Since everyone's been tuning in, and in honor of Food Revolution Fridays, I thought I'd share a few with you - enjoy!

Me, in the kitchen, wearing Jaime's apron right before I teach my first class

My first dish! 
Posh chicken made with Parmesan, thyme and prosciutto with sauteed garlic spinach

E, Jaime and my mom after class

The kitchen during a live remote for Good Morning America -
also known as the day I cried on Gov. Manchin's shoulder

The famous stir-fry -
the dish taught during the cook-a-thon, the remote and in some of the classes

Rascal Flatts in concert, which will shown during the finale

E loaded up with all of the local goods we picked up during 
the food festival featuring all local growers and producers

Have you been tuning in to Jamie Oliver's Food Revolution?  


Jaime said...

Lucky girl! Must feel amazing to be part of such a phenomenon!!!

E said...

What a great experience! I'm glad you were able to be part of this, and I had a lot of fun getting to meet Jamie and participate in some of the activities.

Lori said...

That looks like so much fun!

I have not seen the show yet.

love2eatinpa said...

omg, how cool is that?!??!
i have seem the show. i saw the one where "good morning america" was there! how cute was cameron in person?!?!?!?
what an amazing experience! you are so lucky to have been a part of it. and your chicken dish looks amazing!

Jess said...

You cooked with Jamie Oliver?! THAT'S AWESOME. I want to cook with him. I want him to like teach me a few knife skills. I love watching his show, it's usually on while I'm at the gym so I get even more motivated to kick my own ass (for some reason watching food makes me run faster?)

You look like you had a ton of fun!