The Santa Clarita Valley (CA) School Food Services Agency is bringing its customers into the back of the house and putting them to work. No, it's not some sort of out-of-the-box labor solution; rather, it is a program meant to familiarize children with basic cooking techniques and to encourage them to share more meals with their families in the traditional way, which studies have shown is a significant factor in encouraging better eating habits as well as relationships. The program — the ...

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