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Vita Loft Series: A parent and kid night


If you live in Seattle you may have heard about, a sort of underground dining organization that brings together food, social issues, and conversation at interesting venues in creative ways.  Over the years they’ve become more ground-breaking than underground and their website has become a little slicker but they still address and bring to light timely topics. 
They have an event coming up on April 23rd that is a great way to involve your children in learning and understanding more about food and what they eat.  Here’s the information I recently received: 
Vita Loft Series: A parent and kid night with food genius Nina Planck. April 23rd.

Nina is one of the most provocative and brilliant food writers and policy makers in the country. Caffe Vita, One Pot and Kim Ricketts are collaborating with The Experience Food Project to host Nina and spark an explosive conversation about how and what we feed our children. $60/person includes a copy of Real Food by Nina. More info available at

*The sparkling Nina Planck will be on hand with both of her groundbreaking books urging america to eat REAL FOOD.

**This is an evening primarily for adults and their kids – but we welcome everyone. nursing moms, kids who don’t want to hang with their parents, single folks, etc.

***Tom French from the Experience Food Project will be on hand to talk about school food policy – and what he is doing to change it, and EFP chef Andrew Radzialowski will be with me in the kitchen. We are hoping we get some EFP kids to come join us as servers and cooks as well.

****This will be a damn fun night – we want to involve the whole table in a conversation about the absolute need to change what our kids eat – what our country eats – and how in the hell we are going to make this shift happen – now.

*****Plus you get a copy of one of nina’s books. signed, sealed and delivered.

$60/person (infants no charge)
*proceeds go to the experience food project.
6pm Capitol Hill Vita.
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The Vita Loft Series: The history of coffee and progressive ideas have been profoundly linked. Caffe Vita and One Pot have created this series to continue this important tradition.


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