Food for Thought is a project of World Class School, with which our school is associated. It's organized by Michael Cunningham, an excellent educator from Texas. I got to know about this project through teacher Ruth Valle, whose class participated in November 2014. Since December of the same year, my classes have always participated.
This is an international project in which each participating class presents recipes about typical foods and drinks from their country. About 9 or 10 classes from different countries participate simultaneously each time. It's very exciting to see people from India, Taiwan, Russia, Ukraine, Iran, Peru, Brazil, the USA, and many other places talking about their typical dishes and what these mean to them. We teach, learn, and experience a lot of culture, not only about food, in these international conferences. One example is the enthusiastic Russian dance we could watch live in December 2014 (after time 08:05 in the video).
You can watch other videos, many of them including Global English School participation, in the videos page. Students really learn a lot of vocabulary, rhythm, and communication skills by participating in Food for Thought conferences.