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November 1, 2004

"Veg Out" Contest Promotes Healthy Eating

Faculty and students sample foods at Veg Out Contest.

Faculty and students sample foods at Veg Out Contest.

The Center for a Livable Future at the Bloomberg School of Public Health sponsored its first annual “Veg Out Cook-Off” on October 25. Faculty, students and staff were invited to submit their favorite healthy vegetarian recipes. The contest was an opportunity to encourage more people to think about healthy eating and to create greater awareness about how healthy, meatless foods can be nutritious and delicious. The tastiest entries were awarded by a panel of judges.

1st Place: Mary Ann Dunevant
               Johns Hopkins/National Human Genome Research
               Institute, Genetic Counseling
               Training Program
               Good & Simple Black Bean Soup

2nd Place: Vivian Towe
                Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
                Ma Po Tofu

3rd Place: Darcy Phelan
                   Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health
               Portobello Mushroom Bake

All of the recipes entered into the contest will be rotated into the School’s cafeteria menu as special items. For copies of all of the recipes entries, please contact Tishawn Pierce with the Center for a Livable Future at tpierce@jhsph.edu or 410-502-7578--Tim Parsons