Teaspoon Of Love
TEASPOON OF LOVE was developed with social enterprise iCreate to make healthy eating fun for the family. This RTP Initiative began in 2020 with its Cooking Challenge Series, a collection of pre-recorded families preparing healthy meals that are broadcasted live over Zoom. Since then, RTP now offers resident cookbooks and more recently Veggie-Q events. These in-person, outdoor activities highlight commercial chefs preparing smoked and grilled veggies accompanied by arts and entertainment.
Family Cooking Challenge
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RTP partners at the County Health Department, Horizon Blue Cross Blue Sheild of NJ and iCreate teamed up with PBCIP to give Camden residents and their families an opportunity to host live cooking demonstrations. Each recording highlight's healthy recipes shared in the community with ingredients that can be grown at home. Interested family member first complete a brief registration form online. Following a brief consultation from professional cooking and nutrition staff, each recording is aired over zoom bi-weekly, co-hosted by a community health worker. All recording are archived on RTP's website.
Began in 2022, these are free outdoor grilling events featuring local chefs preparing samples of smoked and barbecued produce to the public. The events are held and a variety of public spaces throughout Camden. Each Veggie-Q also includes arts and entertainment activities as well. The purpose behind Veggie-Q is to get residents exited about
RTP’s first of a planned series of cook books were printed in September of 2020 and distributed to Camden families in both English and Spanish. Each recipe includes budget-friendly ingredients along with nutrition facts and coloring pages for children. These books also complement the Family Cooking Challenge which feature these recipes. The book brings to life the design skills of iCreate and the nutritional knowledge of Rowan University's Department of Health and Exercise Sciences as well as Community Health Workers from Horizon Blue Cross Blue Shield of NJ. This issue is also for sale over Amazon as a fundraiser. A new addition is in the workings.