“Ramblings about restaurants and bars in Durham, NC” started by Duke Law students. A great resource for choosing where to eat in Durham and the surrounding area.
WHOLE FOODS- DURHAM
Healthy Eating Expo
Saturday, September 10th
11:00 am – 2:00 pm FREE!
Meet our Healthy Eating Liaison, Kenan, and learn about shopping for the most nutrient dense, healthful items in our store! We’ll offer a number of recipes to taste and take home with you – all easy and great to prepare for your health!
Every year Duke assigns a summer reading book to its incoming class as a way of stimulating intellectual discussion; it serves as their first common academic experience. Over the years we have chosen books on a variety of topics: medical ethics, personal responsibility, love and loss, war and refugee issues. This year, for the first time, we decided to choose a common book with our neighbor down the road, the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill. A committee of students, faculty and staff from both institutions, co-chaired by myself and Jan Johnson Yopp from UNC, winnowed through a large list of nominees before choosing Eating Animals by Jonathan Safron Foer. Read the rest of this entry »
This year Duke University will be participating in President Obama’s “Interfaith Service Challenge” – a year-long commitment to interfaith engagement and community service across college and university campuses – with a focus on food and its many different religious, ethical and cultural implications. Members of the Duke community will be able to participate in interfaith reflections on the ethics of food and participate in a wide range of food-related interfaith service projects including
For more information on interfaith programs and how they relate to Food at Duke, contact Christy Lohr Sapp, Associate Dean for Religious Life at email@example.com or 919-684-2909
This post originally appeared on the Duke Campus Farm Blog. Authored by Noelle Wyman.
One of the many perks of working on a farm is that the farmworkers get to eat the slightly damaged produce – the stuff that’s not quite good enough to sell.
We’ve had a lot of rain last week, meaning that a lot of tomatoes have cracked from the extra water. The basil is positively exploding, and no matter how much we harvest we never seem to make a dent. Read the rest of this entry »
Grocery stores with wide selections of meat free options including deli and salad bar selections are Whole Foods, Weaver Street Market, Harris Teeter “Natural Foods”.
Some restaurants with meat free choices include: Sage Cafe, Butternut Squash Restaurant, Margaret’s Cantina, Cafe Parizade, The Weathervane, One Restaurant, Tarantini. In addition, most restaurants carry at least one vegan or vegetarian option, just make sure to ask. Read the rest of this entry »
Watch the video below of the first “Meatless Monday” event where Nicholas School staff and students came together to celebrate vegetarian and vegan food and a commitment to sustainability and personal health. The event is now a monthly get-together for all Duke faculty, staff and students.
For more information or to join a “Meatless Monday” event, e-mail Leslie Pardue at firstname.lastname@example.org.