We recently had a group of Cub Scouts drop by our Oakton market to see a cooking demonstration and learn from our vendors about where their food comes from. Read this article in the Oakton Patch to find out what the Scouts learned.
Annie Sidley, the market’s demo diva, taught the boys to make some seasonal breakfast foods, including pancakes and a delicious vegetable dish.
“This helps us learn what to eat and what is nutritious and teaches us to try new things,” said 8-year-old William Bush. “This is a good activity for us and everyone gets food.”
We were happy to have the Scouts stop by. If you’d like to bring any field trips our way, let us know!