The People’s Kitchen
San Luis Obispo
Volume #7 April - May 2017
Heating Stone Causes Problems
The to-go containers often go soft before they reach the clients. It seems the heating stones were a major factor. Experiments show that food stays hot in the cooler without them, so they are no longer recommended. Putting the more liquid items into the round containers can help also.
Serving Groups Still Needed in 2017
After being provisioned for many years, the 3rd Friday of each month is available for a new group. We thank them for their many years of service to our hungry community. If you know of anyone thinking about forming a group, refer them to our web site www.slopeopleskitchen.org/forming-a-serving-group/ for tips on how to get started. The web site also includes easy recipes for nutritious meals. We will work with you to assist in any difficulties getting up to speed.
One idea, we are talking to several restaurants who can prepare the meals, if a new group can pick it up and serve it. Think about whether any of the groups you’re in can take a long lunch to serve the hungry.
We served 2536 meals for the month of March!
Got a photo of your group?
Email it to Mary Parker for posting: firstname.lastname@example.org
for posting at https://www.facebook.com/peopleskitchenslo/