Sunday, March 28, 2010

Angel Food

Posted by Tracy Wainwright at 12:06 PM
Have you heard about Angel Food Ministries? It's a great program sweeping the nation. You are able to order food in advance for less than half the price. I've missed a couple months, but the first time we ordered, my husband said about a month later, "Is this still food from that thing?" Yes, yes it was! For $30 you get approximately $65 worth of food. We figured that you get about $30 worth of meat, and the starches, fruits, and veggies you get with it are bonus. Don't think because it's inexpensive that it's not good - the steaks we got were the best we'd had in a long time. We've probably paid $20 just to get steaks that good.

The best part about Angel Food, is that anyone can participate. "There are no restrictions, conditions or forms to fill out to purchase Angel Food. The food relief program is open to one and all. Anyone may purchase an unlimited number of boxes of Angel Food by placing an order with a local Angel Food host site." All you do is order before the monthly deadline and pick up your box(s) on the designated date. Can't make it on the delivery date? Work out with someone to pick it up for you. It's totally worth it!

April's deadline (for VA and several other states, see their website - www.angelfoodministries.com for other localities) is the 13th. You pick up the food on the 17th. This month's menu is:

1.5 lbs NY Strip Steak
1.5 lbs Pork Chops
28 oz. Salisbury Steak & gravy entree
1 lb ground beef
1.5 lbs fully cooked breaded chicken breast chunks
1 lb smoked turkey & pork sausage
1 lb frozen carrots
1 lb frozen corn
1 lb fresh cut green beans
1 lb rice
1 lb pasta
25 oz marinara
3 lbs potatoes
dozen eggs (always)
32 oz. 2 % milk (always)
dessert item (always)

Where else can you get all that for $30? It's a great deal, even to only supplement your grocery bill. Know someone in need? It's an inexpensive way to help someone else out with needed groceries.

So, check out their site (find a local site at: https://www.angelfoodministries.com/hosts.asp), order a box, or two, order a box for someone else, and/or find out more about getting a local host site near you!

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Sunday, March 28, 2010

Angel Food

Have you heard about Angel Food Ministries? It's a great program sweeping the nation. You are able to order food in advance for less than half the price. I've missed a couple months, but the first time we ordered, my husband said about a month later, "Is this still food from that thing?" Yes, yes it was! For $30 you get approximately $65 worth of food. We figured that you get about $30 worth of meat, and the starches, fruits, and veggies you get with it are bonus. Don't think because it's inexpensive that it's not good - the steaks we got were the best we'd had in a long time. We've probably paid $20 just to get steaks that good.

The best part about Angel Food, is that anyone can participate. "There are no restrictions, conditions or forms to fill out to purchase Angel Food. The food relief program is open to one and all. Anyone may purchase an unlimited number of boxes of Angel Food by placing an order with a local Angel Food host site." All you do is order before the monthly deadline and pick up your box(s) on the designated date. Can't make it on the delivery date? Work out with someone to pick it up for you. It's totally worth it!

April's deadline (for VA and several other states, see their website - www.angelfoodministries.com for other localities) is the 13th. You pick up the food on the 17th. This month's menu is:

1.5 lbs NY Strip Steak
1.5 lbs Pork Chops
28 oz. Salisbury Steak & gravy entree
1 lb ground beef
1.5 lbs fully cooked breaded chicken breast chunks
1 lb smoked turkey & pork sausage
1 lb frozen carrots
1 lb frozen corn
1 lb fresh cut green beans
1 lb rice
1 lb pasta
25 oz marinara
3 lbs potatoes
dozen eggs (always)
32 oz. 2 % milk (always)
dessert item (always)

Where else can you get all that for $30? It's a great deal, even to only supplement your grocery bill. Know someone in need? It's an inexpensive way to help someone else out with needed groceries.

So, check out their site (find a local site at: https://www.angelfoodministries.com/hosts.asp), order a box, or two, order a box for someone else, and/or find out more about getting a local host site near you!

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