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Tuesday, November 27 2007

What did you do with your Holiday Leftovers? Although we were invited to my sisters house for Thanksgiving, we always cook a meal for the home. The usual turkey, macaroni and cheese, stuffing, string bean casserole, mashed potatoes, greens and all of the extra touches.

So you are wondering why we would be writing such a web page and why wasn't it written before Thanksgiving. Well all good ideas don't always come at the right time. We were thinking of all the TLC (Tender Loving Care) that was put into the variety of dishes and then the light bulb went on.

Now you know as Food Storage advocates, we took some leftovers on Friday and put them in air tight freezer storage containers for a delicious meal on a later date.

Some leftovers are put into containers and placed into the refrigerator. But there still is just to much food leftover. Eventually some food will have to be thrown away (something I hate to even talk about).

For Every Food Storage Problem there is a Solution

The solution and my new Holiday Leftover resolution is to take these day old leftovers, reheat them and make a minimum of 10 plates (paper) put them into an insulated cooler and take a ride.

You ask a ride to where? Well I live in Philadelphia,PA and I would ride to Center City (downtown) where there are a number of homeless and less fortunate people who would enjoy and need a good meal.

We personally don't have a lot but why let good food go to waste if it can be shared. We always talk about how we can help others, it's easy to make a payroll deduction to a charity by filling out a form at the job. It's harder to get your butt out of the recliner or comfy sofa and make an effort to bring a smile on the face of others. So....

Make a difference in someones life

Remember be Thankful,Be Grateful, and be a Blessing to someone Less Fortunate.

It's Better to Give than to Receive.

Join us in this new Holiday Leftover Event

Carl Copeland is motivated to bringing information and resources to others regarding Food Storage, Food Safety, and Food Preparation and its benefits for everyday life. Save money by having your food last longer. More Info at

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