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A Taste for Life, happening November 1 at the Hyatt Regency Denver at Colorado Convention Center, will bring extra flavor to your taste buds this season! Several award-winning restaurants will be in attendance, serving inventive tastes to benefit Project Angel Heart’s home-delivered meal program. From old favorites who’ve partnered with our event in the past to new eateries, this year’s tasting stations are sure to amaze. Continue reading →
Amy supports the volunteers who help us make this service possible, welcomes and onboards new volunteers, and sustains the operational side by optimizing delivery routes, processes, and communication to make each week a success.
Where are you from? How long have you lived in Colorado?
I am originally from Idaho, but I have lived in Colorado most of my life, and it is the only state I have ever considered home. I grew up in Fort Collins, and have been in Colorado Springs since 2002.
Congratulations to Jeff Alexander, Colorado Springs community outreach team member, distribution assistant, and volunteer of the month for October 2018! Jeff was nominated by Sally Rothstein, Project Angel Heart’s Colorado Springs regional manager, and Amy Siebert, the Colorado Springs distribution and volunteer assistant. They said: Continue reading →
Labels of Love is a juried art show and beer label competition benefiting Project Angel Heart. The show will feature paper meal bags, which Project Angel Heart uses to deliver nourishing meals to neighbors who are ill, that are illustrated by local artists. Bags will be displayed at Local Relic and judged by a community panel. The winning artwork will be featured on Local Relic beer labels! Continue reading →
I learned this recipe from a former co-worker who was from Mexico. This is the way his mom made posole when he was growing up. I think it is truly something special! It’s best if you can make it a day ahead of time to really let the flavor develop.
Pork Green Chile Posole
Serves 4-6 Continue reading →