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Quell Difficult Emotions Using The Power Of Healthy Food

Currently there are an estimated 1 billion people who are overweight worldwide (1 in 7), according to the World Health Organization (WHO). Of these billion people, at least 300 million of them are classified as clinically obese. The numbers of overweight and obese people are rising quicky and the crisis is just as severe amongst [...]

By |December 20th, 2017|Company Blog|Comments Off on Quell Difficult Emotions Using The Power Of Healthy Food

Our Pumpkin Soup Recipe – Perfect for Fall!

With the cold weather approaching, warm beverages and foods are great for keeping us warm! Check out our Pumpkin Soup Recipe :)

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15 Health Benefits of Pepper, According to Science (+5 Delicious Pepper Recipes)

Stumbled upon this fantastic article and it is worth sharing! Please visit the link below to read the article entitled: "15 Health Benefits of Pepper, According to Science (+5 Delicious Pepper Recipes)" https://www.jenreviews.com/pepper/

By |October 18th, 2017|Company Blog|Comments Off on 15 Health Benefits of Pepper, According to Science (+5 Delicious Pepper Recipes)

Summer Camp in Menlo Park

Come join us for our fun summer camp from June to August at Open Mind School! Who? Open to Ages 3-12 When? Monday-Friday 9am-3pm 8:00-9:00: Before Care 9:00-11:00 Farsi Class (Reading and Writing, Poetry, Song) 11:00-1:00 Gardening, Cooking and Lunch 1:00-2:00 Choice Time (Relax, Reading, Books, Art activity all in relation to the region of [...]

By |July 5th, 2017|Company Blog|Comments Off on Summer Camp in Menlo Park

Technology in the Classroom? A teacher’s perspective

Technology is everywhere in today's world. This powerful tool is changing our lives. Education is just beginning to explore the potential technology provides for teaching and learning, and teachers are using technology in the classroom more frequently than ever before. Technology is changing teaching and the way students learn, but is it really helping teachers [...]

By |May 5th, 2015|Company Blog|Comments Off on Technology in the Classroom? A teacher’s perspective

I Love the Chef Koochooloo Program!

My name is Jenny and I am an international student from China, studying marketing. The concept of Chef Koochooloo is very new to me. The teachers teach kids how to cook and at the same time teaching them basic history, science, and geography. This totally different from my experiences in my native country. In China, [...]

By |April 2nd, 2015|Company Blog|Comments Off on I Love the Chef Koochooloo Program!

It’s so Nice, I get to do it Twice!

On my second day volunteering, the recipe that the kids made was called Black-eyed Bean Salad. It’s a dish that originated from a country in the African continent, Senegal. Its capital is the city of Dakar has a population of 13 million. Senegal’s official language is French.  The type of instruction is interactive where kids [...]

By |March 13th, 2015|Company Blog|1 Comment

My First Chef Koochooloo Experience

My name is Citlaly Jimenez, a De Anza College student and currently studying psychology and child development. I have always loved kids and cooking, which made volunteering for Chef Koochooloo a perfect fit for me! I was a little nervous on my first day of teaching at Fairwood Elementary, but overall, I was filled with [...]

By |March 10th, 2015|Company Blog|Comments Off on My First Chef Koochooloo Experience

Top Five Persian Dishes Every Kid in the World Should Make!

Let’s face it, as a Mom you are forever in search of the perfect nutritional dishes for your little bundles of joy. Being Persian, I benefit from centuries of culinary wisdom and deliciousness. With the Iranian new -year coming up, I thought I would share with you our gift of tasty treats that Iran has [...]

By |March 6th, 2015|Company Blog|3 Comments

Sunday Funday: What a Great Day!

On my second week as a Database Manager and Web Development Intern, Our Chief Chef Officer, Layla Sabourian-Tarwé, and her family were kind enough to invite us over to her lovely home and organized a team-building activity. What a great way to spend a day of our week to get to know each other in [...]

By |February 27th, 2015|Company Blog|Comments Off on Sunday Funday: What a Great Day!