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Meet Carmen Shurtleff, Leading the Way at Northeast Texas Community College
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A dedicated group of individuals and organizations are teaming up to bring students the knowledge and actionable skills to eat better for less. Partners include staff and students from the Eagle Pantry at Northeast Texas Community College led by Carmen Shurtleff, a food inventor and innovation guru from Eureka! Ranch, and the League for Innovation in the Community College. Each group brings their unique perspective, resources, data and commitment to end food insecurity on community college campuses across the country.
Get Started with 3 Quick Lessons
How to Eat BETTER for LESS
This video teaches a collection of 6 tips to help you rethink what you buy and how you plan for your weekly meals.
Cooking Hacks Everyone Needs to Know
In this short lesson, you’ll learn hacks for making vegetables taste incredible, how to cook meat and pasta like a professional, and how to use spices the right way to flavor your meals.
Food Pantry Gourmet Meals
Learn to cook without using recipes; using ingredients already in your pantry or from your local food pantry. You’ll learn 6 dishes that can be made with a flexible set of ingredients. This lesson will empower you to be able to cook great tasting meals using whatever you have available, what’s on sale, or what your family likes best.
Coming Soon to Eat Better 4 Less
- More classes and the opportunity to earn Digital Badges & Certificates
- Ways to engage and contribute to the community through social media and on campus.
- More about us, the organizations bringing you this content.
- Additional links and content on our Resources Hub.
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