The Alameda Food Bank community cookbook is now available! “Alameda Cooks” is a compilation of 126 recipes from volunteers, clients and friends of the Alameda Food Bank. Recipes range from simple to complex and represent a wide variety of cultures, tastes and budgets. Proceeds will be used to help the more than 5,000 Alameda residents served annually by AFB.
If you would like to order your copy today, please use the "Donate Now Through Network for Good" button below to make a $24 donation which covers the cost of the book as well as shipping and handling.
The cookbook is also available at the following locations with your $20 donation:
• Alameda Food Bank, 1900 Thau Way from 9 a.m. to noon weekdays.
• Alameda Farmers Market at Webster and Haight from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesdays and Saturdays.
• Encinal Market at Encinal and High during regular hours of operation.
Only 250 cookbooks have been printed, so get yours now while they last. You’ll be serving your own family meals made with the Island’s favorite recipes while helping put food on the tables of all of our clients.
ALAMEDA (KRON) -- In the wake of the government shutdown, the Alameda Food Bank is turning its sights to the Coast Guard, whose members are among those not receiving a paycheck during the government shutdown.
“Certainly we want to make sure the people that take are taking care of us, that we take care of them,” said Cindy Houts, with the Alameda Food Bank.
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