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Richard Graham (left) and Shirley Cunliffe, both of Rochester, N.Y., order a meal from Austin Vaught of Darlington at the Raceway Grill along Harry Byrd Highway before the 2014 Bojangles’ Southern 500 at Darlington Raceway.

DARLINGTON, S.C. – During NASCAR weeks, “Start your engines” also means, “Start your appetites!”

How does Darlington Raceway president Kerry Tharp get HIS appetite going on race weekend? One would be quite surprised.

“It’s something that’s somewhat lighter, it’s a type of salad, or maybe even some type of cold-cut plate,” Tharp said. “I’m not one to sit down

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Local School District Receives Federal Grant To Promote Healthy Food Access

Graham Local School District in Saint Paris has built raised vegetable beds, a greenhouse and a coop for about a dozen chickens and ducks. During the school year, kids help out in the garden and learn about food.

The district is one of eight schools and nonprofits in Ohio to receive the USDA Farms to School Grant. The grant is part of a nationwide effort to help improve access to locally sourced foods and food education.

In 2021 the USDA awarded $12 million in grants to over 170 national, state, and local organizations involved in farm to school programs,

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One skillet meal for back to school week

Well, school is back in session— man, summer went by so quickly! To make this week a little easier on parents, and for those who may need some quick dinner ideas, add this to the list. This one-skillet dinner is simple and easy to clean up which is always a must when school starts.

This dish is cheesy, packed with delicious sausage and crunchy peppers. I used my Always Pan for this. It’s nonstick and a great size for a family of four. To keep the dish colorful, I include all of the beautiful bell peppers, but if you prefer … Read more

School nutrition trending: K-12 gets ready for the fall;

In this month’s recap of the Top 5 most popular K-12 Food Management articles, K-12 gets ready for the fall ranked as the week’s top story. Despite general anticipation of a full return to in-person classes, K-12 meal programs will be challenged by labor issues and making up for the financial shortfalls of the past year. One question facing K-12 meal programs is how much customized and higher-end service stations can be maintained this fall given labor and continuing safety issues. Pictured is a make-your-own oatmeal station at the Grant County School District in Kentucky in 2019. Among other stories

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