Nothing brings people together like food. That goes double at Bradley, where cooking has become a favorite activity for many of the kids. They even created Bison Bites, a cookbook filled with 28 tasty recipes that they made and tested themselves!
Check out a fun interview about the project in the Pittsburgh Post–Gazette, and click here to download your very own copy of Bison Bites to share with your family or classroom. Which new recipe will be your favorite?
“What I liked about the project is how I learned different ways to cook in the kitchen. My mom and I cook a lot at home, and it gives me practice so I know what to do in the real world. There’s also the social aspect of hanging out, laughing, and getting messy in the kitchen!”