You may be asking – why “teachonefeedone”? The idea is from a class I taught in January, about the political economy of food. One of the things we did (23 students + moi!) was to cook (fabulous food!) together. Not only did we increase our cooking skills, but we also enjoyed the honor of sharing our food – with residents of the dorm who shared their student lounge with us for a kitchen, with other faculty and staff members of Hamline University, and with roommates, friends and family who got to partake in the bounty when our enthusiasm resulted in mass quantities of food we could not eat during our class time. So – I hope that as I “teach one” person to cook that I also inspire them to “feed one” other person – touching two lives at once. And on it goes.