Tomato and Toast Salad

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You will need: 3 cups cherry toma­toes, cut in half chopped fresh basil or pars­ley leaves (1⁄4 cup) chopped red onion (1⁄4 tea­spoon) salt (2 table­spoons) olive oil (1 1⁄2 table­spoon) fresh lemon juice (2 table­spoons) 1 gar­lic clove, peeled and minced or put through a gar­lic press 3 cups toasted or grilled day-old whole grain bread, cut into […] Continue reading →

Tomato: Fruit or Vegetable?

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This month are fea­tur­ing an abun­dant super food that is well known by any­one who’s ever eaten a slice of pizza. No…it’s not anchovies!  We’re talk­ing about the hum­ble yet ver­sa­tile tomato! But the tomato, as we know, is as con­tro­ver­sial as it is deli­cious. After all, it lies at the heart of an ongo­ing […] Continue reading →

Why are Kids Such Picky Eaters?

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  So you’ve got your­self a picky eater?  You’re not alone. In fact, this strug­gle is all too com­mon. If you’re like most par­ents, at some point you find it’s just eas­ier to suc­cumb to the doe-eyed demands for junk food rather than ruin­ing another din­ner over the bat­tle of the broc­coli.   We get it. […] Continue reading →

NEW for September!

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Research shows that offer­ing a vari­ety of healthy foods gets kids the nutri­tion they need to be healthy and strong.  At WT Café, we take this as a com­pany chal­lenge and set out to cre­ate the fresh­est, most nutri­tious, and most excit­ing school lunch menu avail­able any­where!   This month, we are excited to show­case […] Continue reading →

Blueberry Recipe: Blueberry Jam

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Now you can cap­ture the essence of sum­mer and share it with your fam­ily through­out the rest of the year with this sim­ple blue­berry jam recipe! And don’t worry about spe­cial can­ning pro­ce­dures or bulky equip­ment. This recipe can be stored in a sealed con­tainer in the refrig­er­a­tor for up to a month, and in […] Continue reading →

Super Food of the Month — Blueberries

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The warmth of the sum­mer­time air evokes thoughts of lazy after­noons by the lake and an abun­dance of berries! Blue­ber­ries are one of the most pop­u­lar of all berries dur­ing the sum­mer because they are at peak sea­son and they are native to the Amer­i­cas. Although they are a deli­cious addi­tion to sal­ads, pies, and […] Continue reading →

Fresh Out of The Test Kitchen

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Over the sum­mer, we held one of our most excit­ing projects to date: our first ever WT Café Test Kitchen. We cre­ated our test kitchen in order to rein­force our com­mit­ment to serv­ing fresh, nutri­tious, and excit­ing food to every child, every­where! We exper­i­mented with our recipes every day in an effort to make them […] Continue reading →

The Edible Summer Garden

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There is no bet­ter way to encour­age healthy eat­ing habits than with an edi­ble gar­den. There is some­thing beau­ti­ful about reap­ing the deli­cious ben­e­fits that grow from weeks of hard work nec­es­sary to main­tain a gar­den. And the best time of the year to start an edi­ble gar­den is the early sum­mer.  Right now!   As […] Continue reading →

Frozen Watermelon Pops

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Stay fresh this sum­mer with these healthy and refresh­ing frozen water­melon pops. Ingre­di­ents: ⅛ large fresh water­melon 4 TBS fresh lemon juice 2 TBS honey Cut flesh from water­melon rind and remove seeds. Blend flesh until liq­uid (you should have approx­i­mately 4 cups of liq­uid). Stir in lemon juice and sugar. Pour into 5 fluid ounce paper cups, leav­ing […] Continue reading →

Summer is Here!

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School may be over soon, but that doesn’t mean your kids can’t enjoy our deli­cious lunches. Viva sum­mer camps!  Our camp lunch menu fea­tures sum­mer­time kid-favorites made health­ier, such as our 100% beef burg­ers and freshly made subs. If we’re not serv­ing your child’s sum­mer camp, let us know!   Of course, we could not serve […] Continue reading →
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