Food Scavenger Hunt
By: Kate Powers | 2 January, 2013 | 3993 Views
January 2013 we organized a community-wide food scavenger hunt. The goal was for it to be a fun and easy way for people to try new foods. Participants who completed a row (horizontal, vertical, or diagonal) were eligible to win prizes from a random drawing of great food related prizes!
Read the interview with AFM’s Kate Powers here: http://www.alaskapublic.org/2013/01/16/bingo-eating-spicy-for-points/
Kate Powers, Co-Founder
Despite having her easy bake oven confiscated from her for questionable experiments, Kate Powers still convinced her Dad to let her continue to bake and cook without recipes. She loves cooking meals for her friends and family, she particularly loves cooking Latin American cuisine, especially Central American and Spanish food where she has been lucky enough to live and study. Kate has a particular interest in immigration and refugee resettlement issues, as well as farm and labor rights. She can make perfect duck egg omelettes, just ask her about it.