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Monday, April 8, 2013

Food Bloggers Against Hunger - Budget-Friendly Recipe Round-Up #TakeYourPlace

What would you do if you were hungry?

Millions of Americans who participate in the nation's food stamp program are limited to an average of $3 or $4 per person each day to supplement their food budget.

As most of us know, the most affordable food is often the unhealthiest.

Nicole from The Giving Table has a website dedicated to make a difference!
Over 200 bloggers unite today in partnership with Share our Strength, we ask our readers
to take a few seconds and send a letter to Congress asking them to support
anti-hunger legislation.

Take a moment to watch the film's trailer to learn more.

A Place at the Table
 I have put together a round-up of budget-friendly, healthy recipes
that your family will love.

Classic Tuna & Noodle Casserole
Confetti Turkey Meatballs
Hamburger Buddy

Unstuffed Cabbage
Beef Taco Bake

Poor Man's Risotto (Chicken & Rice)

Chicken-Fried Chicken & Waffles

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3 comments:

  1. Your recipes sound yummy!! Great job with the post.

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  2. Thank you so much to bringing attention to a huge problem - also, thanks for knowing that SNAP (Food Stamps) is a supplement to the food budget and not to supplant the food budget. However, the reality is that in today's difficult times, it generally ends up being the real food budget. I wonder if the bloggers would consider a way to make these recipes available to those who actually get SNAP? The last USDA-FNS cookbook was made in the 70's I think. As you can tell, I have worked in this field for a very long time - almost 20 years. Again, than you for bringing attention to this vital issue!

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  3. Great recipes that you've shared. It's always great to find new recipes which can be healthy, nutritious but also don't break the bank!

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