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We always love a good love story at Miriam’s Kitchen. In fact, four couples have actually met right here in our kitchen! But as of today, Miriam’s Kitchen is taking a new role in this whole lovebusiness.
Volunteer Sous Chef Kaiti has been part of the Miriam’s Kitchen volunteer family for the past 4 years. You’ll often find Kaiti in our kitchen on Monday mornings wearing her white sous chef coat making sure our kitchen is in order and our homeless guests are served a delicious, healthy breakfast.
Washington, D.C. – May 15, 2013 – To help combat homelessness in the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area, networking technology company Cisco has issued a $25,000 grant to local charity Miriam’s Kitchen. Cisco is committed to helping charities achieve their goals by supporting the local communities where its employees reside.
Serve in a fresh kale wrap as an appetizer or as a side for a great outdoor picnic.
1 Head Cauliflower
2 lbs. Green Beans
3 lbs. Carrots
3 Jalapeno Peppers, sliced thin
1 medium Onion, sliced thin
1 cup Apple Cider Vinegar
2 cups White Wine Vinegar
1 cup Sugar
¾ cup Kosher Salt
3 cups Water
2 tablespoons each: Coriander, Celery and Mustard seeds
Ending chronic homelessness is possible! But we need your help.
Here are two upcoming opportunities to get involved:
This Friday come visualize what is possible when we work together at our art display and rally at Freedom Plaza.
What: 540 Homes for the Homeless Rally
Date: Friday, March 15th
Time: 9 - 10 am
Today, Miriam's Kitchen guests Davinia and Bryon are celebratingfour happy years together. But this isn't just any Valentine's Day anniversary. They're getting married today!
When you see these two together, you can’t help but smile. They are sweet, goofy and unapologetic about how in love they are.
Last week, in his State of the District Address, DC Mayor Vincent Gray remarked that “A truly prosperous and successful city does not forget its most vulnerable residents, like people who are homeless and those with disabilities.”
For more than a decade, Booz Allen Hamilton has been an incredible partner of Miriam’s Kitchen.
We have counted on their volunteers to help with everything from flipping pancakes and rolling crepes during our breakfast shift, to collecting thousands of boxes of healthy cereal and even being the late-night clean-up crew for our 100 Bowls of Compassion gala each year.
'Hey, hey! Mayor Gray! End homelessness today!'
That was the war cry of more than 25 Miriam's Kitchen guests, advocates and staff as we paraded through the streets of Washington, DC on our way to City Hall yesterday.
Hoping to encourage Mayor Gray to fund more permanent supportive housing for chronically homeless individuals, we delivered 500 postcards to the Mayor and members of the City Council.