E4E Blog

Standing against racial inequity

Standing for equity also means standing against inequity. Eat For Equity hopes to build a more equitable world, and that means standing against racism at home. We stand in solidarity with our community in demanding justice and answers in the recent shooting death of Jamar Clark. We stand with our neighbors seeking systemic and lasting […]

Pulled Pork

Pulled Pork

Ingredients (serves 15) 2 T. brown sugar 2 T. kosher salt 2 T. fresh ground black pepper 1 T. paprika 6 lbs. bone-in pork shoulder [butt], skin removed 1/4 cup dijon mustard green onions or chives for garnish Equipment grill, tongs, electric roasters Directions Combine the brown sugar, salt, pepper, and paprika in a small […]

Parmesan Grits

A rose by any other name would smell just as sweet. And whether you call it “polenta” or “grits” [or a name of your own invention], a bowl of creamy, garlicky corn pudding just tastes good. Polenta is an flavorful, creamy base for just about anything – stews, sauces, sauteed vegetables, or our BBQ black eyed […]

Eat for Equity Boston: Community Change, Inc.

Eat for Equity-Boston is happy to announce our latest fundraising community dinner, which will support Community Change, Inc. and its 45+ year mission of educating and organizing for racial equity in the Boston area. CCI is a nonprofit organization whose mission is to promote racial justice and equity by challenging systemic racism and acting as […]

Granola Bars

These granola bars can help you power through most anything. The recipe is very adaptive and invites you to play with it. For example, if you love almonds, swap out peanuts for almonds or any other nut.  A chocolate lover? Wait for the goop to cool and add in chocolate chips. Gluten free? Swap out […]

Take Action with Oxfam Advocacy Training

Oxfam America is recruiting volunteer leaders of various ages and professional backgrounds for their free national advocacy training in Washington D.C. April 24-28, 2015 and year of local leadership in 15 US cities (including Minneapolis/St. Paul). They will also provide online training and opportunities to meet others who are active in your city. It’s a […]

E4E Stamford for Kids Helping Kids CT

For our final event of 2014, Eat For Equity Stamford is proud to partner with Kids Helping Kids, an emerging local nonprofit that is empowering youth to take their passion and turn it into action to make a difference in the lives of other kids! Their mission is to develop leadership skills through youth-led service projects. One of their […]

Eat for Equity for Sawhorse Revolution

Join us for Eat for Equity’s last event of the year on Sunday, November 16th! We’ll be benefiting Sawhorse Revolution, a wonderful local non-profit and carpentry program for diverse high school youth. Sawhorse works with students to become resourceful, conscientious, and mature members of their communities through collaboration with professional builders on inspiring projects. Inspired by […]

Boston Eat for Equity: Prison Book Program

Eat for Equity Boston is happy to announce our latest fundraising community dinner, which will support Prison Book Program and its 40+ year mission of sending free books to inmates all over the country. Originally organized by the Red Book Store Collective in Cambridge in 1972, the PBP first concentrated on distributing progressive literature. As […]

Wild Rice Salad

Wild Rice Salad

This dish showcases wild rice, or Mahnomin in Ojibwe, a food that is sacred to Native Americans and indigenous to the lakes of northern Minnesota. When buying wild rice in your area, purchase wild harvested, not farmed rice [We love Native Harvest wild rice]. And honor each grain of wild rice by making sure you […]

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