Archive for March, 2016

  • Meriden’s Kashia Cave featured as one of the best

    Date: 2016.03.23 | Category: Photos, Press, Special Events, Special Guest | Response: 0

    My City Kitchen has announced founder and chef, Kashia Cave, Meriden is featured in Aetna’s 35th African American Black History Calendar, The flavors of community: African Americans transforming lives through food, features 12 kitchen savvy educators, restaurateurs’, philanthropists, entrepreneurs, authors, activists and celebrity personalities from across the U.S. who are breaking down barriers, and changing the food world. The calendar celebrates individuals for the professional accomplishments and commitment to improving our communities.

    A special recognition dinner for all 12 honorees took place at the Southern Food and Beverage Museum, in New Orleans, Thursday, Feb. 25. My City Kitchen is a not-for-profit dedicated to the fight against childhood obesity. Its hands-on cooking program for children promotes healthy eating habits and build self esteem.

    http://www.myrecordjournal.com/community/frontporchnews/8526788-129/meridens-kashia-cave-featured-as-one-of-the-best.html

    From left to Right with Walt Cherniak (Former Meriden Resident), Aetna Director of Communications, Southeast Region and Chef Leah Chase owner of Dooky Chase Restaurant. She was the inspiration for the character Princess Tiana in Disney’s movie The Princess and the Frog.

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  • Recipe for Success

    Date: 2016.03.23 | Category: Current Events, Special Guest | Response: 0

    Thank you Ms. Lawson and Recipe for Success International for inviting MCK to their School program. Had a great time, they had lots of great questions for me, and I was happy to answer their questions. I see a bright future ahead. See you again soon. — at Central High School.

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