Food Stamps Cooking: In the Clubhouse?

November 21st, 2009 by admin Leave a reply »

Living in the Food Stamps Cooking Club House, we had a special treat tonight! We had help making dinner! It was a thinly veiled cooking class which felt like we just had the neighbors come for a dinner of comfort foods…cuz that’s what we DID!

You would enjoy having your neighbors over for dinner, too. We will grow this friendship over shared menus and recipes. That makes my heart go pitty-pat.

Oh.   I almost forgot to tell you that we used Mom’s good dishes-yes, I know they are mine now-AND we had ‘critter’ plates for the little people.

If you know people who are managing their food budgets with the help of SNAP or WIC; if you know those who depend on Food Pantries and/or food commodities or if you are acquainted with people who use Angel Food Ministries supplies you might like to duplicate the project we had so much fun with tonight!

We are so glad you came by and you are welcome to leave your comments. WE LOVE COMMENTS!  We are thankful to have each one. If you’d like to send us a message you are welcome to write to us at foodstampscookingclub@gmail.com!   WE LOVE MAIL.

Please stop by our partners if you have the time; they love comments, too! As do our sister sites: Mother Connie Sez and The Healthy and Wealthy You.

It’s really close to Turkey Day. Here’s hoping you have much for which to be thankful. WE ARE THANKFUL FOR EACH ONE OF YOU.

Connie Baum

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2 comments

  1. Jesse Serrin says:

    I really like what you wrote here – it’s very good. Thanks for posting this. I’ve been experimenting with some recipes from this cookbook. Have you tried any seafood recipes like this lately? Visit my site if you’d like to read more. Have a great week!

  2. Thanks, Chef! Your recipes look mouth watering, too! Thanks for letting us know you are out there!

    We are all about frugal food and letting others know how to be healthy on a budget…isn’t food FUN?

    Your stopping by is much appreciated. Maybe you’ll favor us with a Guest Blog post one day soon?

    Merry Christmas, Chef!
    Mother Connie