Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Rain doesn't stop the food-sharing

Despite today's rain, dinner was served at Lake Eola tonight.

The menu: Mexican corn chowder (very tasty over rice), roasted asparagus and zuchini, sweet potato mash, green bean casserole, baked baby carrots, salad and corn on the cob.

Orlando Food Not Bombs hasn't missed a Wednesday dinner in at least three years (that I know of) ... and probably longer.


At 10:52 PM, Blogger Michele said...

oh my gosh, that sounds so good...

At 8:12 AM, Blogger Jacqueline Dowd said...

It was very good.

I'm hoping that posting the menus will defuse some of the folks who try to say that giving baloney sandwiches to homeless people doesn't accomplish anything.

At 12:24 PM, Blogger Michele said...

i've either cooked, served or visited almost all of the meals for homeless and hungry folks in greensboro and there's quite a diversity in terms of how it's done and what's served. i can definitely say that food not bombs serves the healthiest, most beautiful and most delicious food. i post pics and menus when i can. it makes me happy to know that our friends are getting a really healthy, nutritious meal. sometimes they complain about "no meat," (we occasionally have some "freegan" meat, but not often) but they sure do eat up all those delicious fresh fruits and veggies -- and come back for seconds! we often run out of food.


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