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Harissa is a traditional North African table condiment that is great not only as a sauce on grilled meat, but also as a marinade for chicken, beef, or lamb. This recipe is very similar to a sauce I used to make at Vesta years ago. We used a spicier chile, more chipotles, and more salt in that version. But many Project Angel Heart clients need to limit their salt intake, so in this recipe, I use less salt and up the amounts of vinegar, lemon juice, and dried spices to help develop flavor.
Yields 4 cups
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Congratulations to these volunteers, who are celebrating their Project Angel Heart anniversary this month! We are grateful for your ongoing service.
Fred B., meal delivery driver
Pat D., meal delivery driver
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Congratulations to Michael Sykes, kitchen assistant and volunteer of the month for March 2019! Michael was nominated by fellow volunteer Dee Frembgen, who said:
“I would like to nominate Michael Sykes for volunteer of the month. Michael has been a volunteer for Project Angel Heart since August of 2011 and works on the Thursday morning kitchen crew. Michael is consistently here on time, often riding his bike to his volunteer assignment. When Michael arrives, he welcomes everyone with a smile, bringing a lot of heart to our volunteer group! Michael helps in all areas of our task load for the day, and Michael is always available to guide new volunteers through their shift so they have a positive experience. In addition to all that, Michael keeps the gang laughing with his humor and wit. We are so glad to have Michael on our shift and think he is deserving of the volunteer of the month award.”
As volunteer of the month, Michael will enjoy a special dinner prepared by Project Angel Heart’s chefs.
Meal Delivery Drivers, Denver & Colorado Springs
Kitchen Assistants, Denver
Click here to view a full list of ongoing volunteer opportunities in Denver and Colorado Springs- there are many more ways to get involved!
At Project Angel Heart, good things start in a skillet. 🍳
Hearty stews. Veggie-infused macaroni and cheese. Chicken curry and garden vegetable scrambles. Food that helps nourish and strengthen people living with life-threatening illnesses like cancer and kidney disease.
All of these delicious meals start in our 40-gallon tilt skillets. But as we’ve grown, we’ve started hitting the limit of what we can do with our five trusty tilt skillets. We need to add one more skillet to the team… and we need your help to do it! Continue reading →