What's your favorite holiday food?
The holidays are a time to reflect, respect, and find gratitude for the many relationships in our life. At MOM, we are humbled each day for those who seek our respite and demonstrate resolve in uncertain times. Thank you for allowing us to walk alongside you during such challenges.
We are grateful to those who give time and energy to be sure we are open 52 weeks a year, offering food and stability, walking alongside their neighbors as volunteers.
There are many cultures and traditions represented throughout our MOM community. Recently, we polled our clients to learn about favorite holiday foods. It opened many conversations.
If you are considering donating food this season, help us fill our shelves for all who shop at MOM.
Here’s a suggested list of items to learn and explore this holiday season or share foods from your own traditions. It’s likely someone at MOM shares your food passion!
All types of rice, including jasmine, Arborio, and wild rice; cornbread mix; canned mushrooms; canned spinach; canned artichoke, vegan stuffing mix, including vegetable broth; enchilada sauce, spices of all types (cumin, celery seed, allspice, cinnamon, ginger, garlic powder, vanilla extract, etc.); pecans, dried beans all types (lentils, pinto, garbanzo, black beans, etc.), ghee, black eyed peas, grits, evaporated milk, spices and pumpkin for pie and (insert your favorite here).
This is a short list, but a start to better understand one another and create true belonging this holiday season.
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