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If you’re like us, you love dining out at local restaurants! There are so many talented and creative chefs in our community, and LOTS of good food to eat. Luckily, dining out doesn’t have to mean sabotaging a healthy lifestyle. In partnership with Anthem Blue Cross Blue Shield, our Dining Out For Life® Healthy Dining Sponsor, here are seven healthy choices you can make while dining out to ensure that you enjoy your meal and give your body the nutrients it needs! Continue reading →
Congratulations to Warren Thach, kitchen assistant and meal delivery driver in Denver and Volunteer of the Month for April 2018! Warren was nominated by Summer Polson, Project Angel Heart’s sous chef. She said: Continue reading →
Interviews by Chris Aaby, Colorado Springs regional council member, and Nataliya Burdeynyuk, Colorado Springs distribution and volunteer assistant
What does it mean to be a Project Angel Heart volunteer? For these volunteers in Colorado Springs, who deliver nutritious meals to the homes of folks facing life-threatening illness, it means bettering the community, caring for neighbors who need food as medicine, and being a part of something bigger than themselves. Continue reading →
Crunchy carrots. Juicy red apples. Meat that comes from healthy, responsibly raised animals. When it comes to food, we like to keep things fresh.
But the value of fresh goes far beyond food. We also appreciate fresh ideas, new perspectives, and pioneering solutions. We work hard to remain relevant and to focus on the issues that matter most in our community. And so, this year, we’re rolling out updated mission and vision statements: Continue reading →
We recently served this dish to clients using some really nice antibiotic-free beef sirloins from Wyoming. Sirloin is an affordable cut, roasts up nicely, and does not take long to cook. I recommend top sirloin, which is also sometimes sold as a coulotte steak.
Note: Traditional “five-spice” contains Szechuan peppercorns. They are unique in flavor, and can cause somewhat of a numbing effect when tasted or eaten. Due to our clients’ specific diets, we omit the Szechuan peppercorns and substitute them with black peppercorns. The Szechuan variety can usually be found at many of the Japanese markets in Denver if it is something you want to try! Continue reading →