Creole Kids’ Meal
What Makes a Creole Kids’ Meal?
Localized Kids’ Meals
UNO student Chanda M. Nunez’s M.A. thesis re-interprets the racist depictions of “pecan candy” or “plarine” vendors as “mammies.” She connects their legacy to the 21st century praline businesswomen no longer encumbered by the “mammy” legacy. Her kids’ history activity booklet focuses upon these 18th & 19th Century street vendors as entrepreneurs — before the tourist economy & praline shops branded them as mammies.
Images courtesy of the Newcomb Archives of Tulane University and Ms. Nunez
Present even more local dishes on the school menu. We love our New Orleans & Louisiana Food.”Time to Rethink School Lunch, produced by Rethink: Kids Rethink New Orleans Schools, June 2010
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