Memphis acknowledges the need for sustainable, fresh produce in this time of overly-processed, mass-produced food. All over the city, there are gardens geared towards creating a lasting source of locally sourced produce. When the community is putting good things in, great things come out.
His restaurants at Shelby Farms Park and the Crosstown Concourse aren’t even open, but Kimbal Musk and his team have already reached a Memphis milestone. Big Green, the nonprofit arm of Musk and Hugo Matheson’s restaurant family The Kitchen, built their 50th Learning Garden in the Memphis area at Dunbar Elementary School on May 24.
Kimbal Musk is the co-founder of The Kitchen, which is far and away my absolute favorite farm-to-table restaurant in America. What’s even cooler about The Kitchen is Big Green, a nonprofit that builds Learning Gardens in schools, teaching kids about the power of plants and improving their vegetable intake. And while he’s not running his […]
Have you heard of that old saying, “You are what you eat?” Or maybe this one: “The children are the future.” These two simple truisms are often overlooked. They may be known and often times heard, but there’s no significant motivation to abide by these simple words of wisdom. Kimbal Musk and Hugo Matheson, Colorado […]