I read about the Coast Bites pilot this morning in the Mercury News … “Getting to the roots of real food … A compassionate filmmaker … (Suzanne) Lamar is bringing another compelling story to PCT.” What a nice way to announce our television debut. The Coast Bites pilot episode airs on PCT this Saturday. (You [...]
Food connects us to each other and the earth in primal ways. We were excited to have a booth at our local Earth Day Festival. We could not have asked for a better day. While we were setting up for the festival, over 8,000 Pacifica residents (20% of our population!) volunteered at sites throughout the [...]
Sometimes a short video clip is more meaningful than a long blog posting. Click to learn more about the Food Revolution.
Why a revolution? The problem is staggering. Health costs for nutrition related diseases are growing faster than our waistlines. Obesity is a $150B (yes, B as in Billion) annual problem, accounting for 10% of all health care costs in the US. The diet related death rate is the biggest killer in the US today. The [...]
Here is our full pilot episode, just under 30 minutes in length. The pilot aired on Pacific Coast Television (PCT 26/27). We are currently working on a director’s cut that will be posted here soon…as well as individual video clips from the show so that you can easily get right to the content you most [...]
Jamie Oliver has a simple mission: Stand Up For Real Food From his website: Food Revolution Day, on Saturday, 19th May, is Jamie’s first day of action to address this, an inaugural global food festival to mark our commitment to food education for a better life, it aims to educate, empower and inspire people to [...]
Eat Your Greens! Our pilot episode will showcase Harvest to Table, an event sponsored by three local non profits to strengthen our connection with food. From the event flyer: Have you ever wondered what to do with that fresh bunch of curly kale, rainbow chard, or collard greens? This garden to table experience, starting with [...]
Jamie Oliver shares his passion for real food. “We have to start teaching our kids about food in school. Period.” We are inspired by his common sense approach to such a life-changing issue.
Food is one of the few things that we all share in common. There are several non-profit projects working to ensure that we come together, rich or poor, over good food. From community gardens to non-profit food distribution, you may be surprised to discover just how many wonderful food resources are in our midst. In [...]