Food Pantry Client Develops Cookbook
BY BOB HALSTEAD
dventist members at the Homosassa, Florida, church compiled a cookbook as a special gift for families served twice a month at their Food Pantry. The cookbook contains recipes for the foods they distribute.
The recipes could hardly be considered gourmet; yet, “they provide a very practical and simple approach to cooking,” says the brainchild of the project. Although she prefers to remain anonymous, she is one of the Pantry’s former clients and was baptized in January.
The Food Pantry was started more than four years ago in an effort to meet and serve the community around the church and is well received by the 60-75 families who currently use its services.
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