Share Your Best Fruit or Vegetable Recipe

 
Fruit and Vegetable Dishes

What is your best recipe highlighting fruits or vegetables? Will you share it with us?

Society of St. Andrew is preparing a new cookbook that will invite people to enjoy the nutrition and delicious nature of the best our nation’s farms have to offer. We invite you to contribute to the effort by sending a favorite recipe to us for possible inclusion in the book.

Recipes must not be copied from other ...

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The Adventures of Logan

(You can be a superhero, too.)

This past March, a 5-year-old boy showed up at the apple drop being held in the parking lot of Asbury United Methodist Church in Madison, Ala. He wore no mask, but was still recognizable as Logan Todd, the little superhero who appeared in SoSA publications back in 2013.

Two years ago, Logan’s photo (the little superhero) caught our attention as he picked up his Society of St. Andrew collection box. The church had just held a ...

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New VBS Program Released

Abundance Orchard VBS ProgramAbundance Orchard, Year 2: New Testament has been released by Society of St. Andrew for use in churches of all denominations.

The New Testament program joins the Old Testament VBS program released last year. Each of the two offers a complete, stand-alone, all-in-one hunger-action themed VBS program. Use of the programs also helps to feed the hungry as they include the opportunity for mission offerings through SoSA. All materials are available free of charge.

On the

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Missing Art Shoemaker

Art ShoemakerWe lost a tireless worker this year, a man with a great attitude and a big heart. His name was Art Shoemaker, and he died on Valentine’s Day after a brief battle with lung cancer.

Art is missed by the Society of St. Andrew, as well as by lots of friends and by a number of organizations that he supported with his own hard work. For SoSA, he was an HRA – a Hunger ...

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The greatest of these is charity

by Jean Blish Siers *

For some reason, the question stumped me: “So, what you do is charity?” I had a table at an elementary school’s Earth Day celebration, and a little boy asked me that after I explained how Society of St. Andrew works. It’s odd, but no one has ever asked me that before. I know we’re a non-profit; I know we have the highest rating possible from Charity Navigator. We bring food to people who otherwise wouldn’t have ...

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How to feed the 9 billion

by Jean Blish Siers *

In a 2013 piece in the New York Times, one of my favorite food writers Mark Bittman wrote, “The world has long produced enough calories, around 2,700 per day per human, more than enough to meet the United Nations projection of a population of nine billion in 2050 … There are hungry people not because food is lacking, but because not all of those calories go to feed humans (a third go to feed animals, ...

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