Chefs from different cultures discuss the Food-Environment Double Pyramid* in the days leading up to Earth Day. The Double Pyramid is earth-friendly because it emphasizes a plant-based diet. It is also a heart healthy diet and–our favorite part–budget friendly. While the live presentation are not conducive to our time zone, they are available afterward on the Food Tank YouTube channel. You can also set a reminder for each presentation when the video is live, then watch it at a convenient time. More info: A Countdown to Earth Day 2021 Featuring Chefs From Across the Planet | Eventbrite
- Monday (4/19/2021) at 9AM ET. South Asia/East Asia region featuring confirmed chefs Peggy Chan (Grassroots Initiative Consultancy) and Manjit Gill (ITC Hotels). Watch live HERE.
- Tuesday (4/20/2021) at 9AM ET. United States/Latin America region featuring confirmed chefs Vincent Medina (mak-‘amham/Cafe Ohlone), Valerie Segrest (Native American Agriculture Fund), and Mariana Tejerina (Catalino). Watch live HERE.
- Wednesday (4/21/2021) at 9AM ET. Mediterranean/Nordic region featuring confirmed chef Sharon Bond-Hogg (Kekuli Cafe). Watch live HERE.
- Thursday (4/22/2021) at 9AM ET. East/West Africa region featuring confirmed chefs Ozoz Sokoh (Kitchen Butterfly) and Mahlomola Thamae (TM Innovations). Watch live HERE.
*The double food and environmental pyramid model developed by the Barilla Center for Food & Nutrition (BCFN) Foundation. It emerged from research and an evolution of the food pyramid that forms the basis of the Mediterranean diet, which is considered to be a heart healthy diet characterized by an abundance of vegetables & herbs, fruits, whole grains & breads, nuts & seeds, oils, and milk & yogurt and only modest amounts of poultry, fish, eggs, cheese, and legumes, and rare consumption of red meats such as beef and lamb). The double pyramid connects food with culture, health, and climate. More info: Double Pyramid – BCFN Foundation (barillacfn.com)