World Vision invited media and bloggers together for a celebration of food. Food is wonderful. It engages all our senses, brings people together, sustains and comforts us. Many of us show our love for one another through the dishes we create, the stories we tell – bringing us closer together!
Tonight Dennis Prescott showed us his love for cooking by creating meals inspired from memories of his travels. He explained why he prepared these meaningful dishes. This was our adventure…
“Proper, Southern-style fried chicken is one of the first dishes I fell in love with while living in comfort-food heaven, Nashville, Tennessee. The South is where I started my culinary journey, learned how to cook and photograph food, and developed a passion for community around the dinner table.”
Taco ’bout a party!
“It’s #tacotuesday! Delicious, fun and entirely soul-satisfying.”
A Taste of Kenya
“It was an absolute privilege to cook this dish with Nelly’s family in Dzikunze, Kenya on a recent trip with World Vision. We used chickens from their farm, coconuts from their trees and veggies grown on their land, all cooked over an open flame. A true farm-to-table meal.”
During the month of October, World Vision is inviting Canadians to celebrate food, to help support long-term food projects for a hunger free world.
Pay it forward:
- Celebrate food with a Meaningful Meal on World Food Day (Oct. 16) and use your grocery bill or restaurant bill as a guide of how much you could donate to World Vision’s food work.
- Celebrate food and hope for a hunger-free world by sharing your #HungerFree stories on social media.
- You can have a global impact to help provide people in developing countries with sustainable food access.
- Visit hungerfree.ca
You have no idea how much power you have through social media… We can all make a difference. Use your voice. #justlove