next cooking/serving: feb 14

heya. we cooked today and served at the march against police brutality, outside the main branch of the public library and near the mission on o.c. haley blvd.

next week we’ll cook on tuesday, feb 14. valentines day! holler if you wanna help.
10am – 3pm: prep & cook
3pm – 5pm: serve
5pm – 6pm: clean!

serving will be in central city (s. claiborne & jackson) and at duncan plaza (next to city hall).

here’s our shopping list of things to get soon. if you can donate anything, let us know.

  • durable plastic coolers
  • serving utensils (spoons, tongs, etc)
  • paper cups
  • veggie scrubber
  • plastic food serving gloves
  • hand sanitizer
  • hot sauce
  • cooking oil
  • rice
  • dried beans
  • spices

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