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The Three Sisters - Corn, Beans and Squash

Are you ready for a corn-ucopia of knowledge?

Whether you celebrate Indigenous Peoples Day or Columbus Day, the transition to fall foods has us thinking about the Three Sisters. Who are these sisters you ask? According to Iroquois legend, corn, beans, and squash are three inseparable sisters who can only grow and thrive together. Read on to learn more about why!

This tradition of interplanting corn, beans and squash in the same mounds, is a sustainable growing system that provided long-term soil fertility and a nutritious diet for an entire community. Corn, beans and squash were among the first important crops domesticated by ancient Mesoamerican societies. Corn was the primary crop, providing more calories or energy per acre than any other. According to Three Sisters legends, corn must grow in community with other crops rather than on its own – it needs the beneficial company of its sisters. So the next time you take a look at any of these delicious veggies - remember to look out for the other sisters!


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Whats New on the Breakfast & Snack Menus?

Last week we told you all about the delicious new menu items we've added to our lunch menu but let's not forget about our breakfasts and snacks. We've got some  fun additions to your mornings and afternoons. They're inventive and scrumptious so start salivating as you check out the pictures below! 

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Fall Special Features

The colors are changing, the hats and scarves and coming out, and the leaves are falling! As the seasons change, we have new items coming to a plate near you. Whether for breakfast or snack you're bound to have kids asking for seconds with some of these delicious new seasonal items. 

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New Fall Menu Highlights

We're back in the swing of things with some fresh, new menu items just in time for the kids to enjoy this coming fall. Our chefs worked all summer to come up with  fun and creative items to add  pizzazz to your menus. We love to know how the kids are enjoying new menu items and we're open to your feedback

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