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Community Food Distribution Project Supplement #3

Each week, when we deliver local produce and groceries to over 300 local households though the Community Food Distribution Project, we are including a handout with some recipes and cooking tips that include items in the box and a family activity generated by the Grow Food Kids team to try.

For past CFDP Supplements LOOK HERE.

Here is a PDF version of this week’s supplement in English and Spanish. 

This week’s recipes are:

Baked Sweet Potato

One Pot Pineapple Chicken and Rice

Check out this short video demo of the One Pot Chicken and Rice recipe:

Grow Food Kids

This week’s Grow Food Kids activity:

Pinecone Bird Feeder:


Pine cones – you can find lots on the ground. Make sure they’re dry first

Smooth peanut butter, shortening, or suet. 

Bird seed, seeds, cheerios, cereal crumbs, or break up stale bread (or crusts, if your kids don’t like ‘em.)

Ribbon or string


  1. Tie the ribbon or string firmly to the pine cone. (Do this first because it’s going to get sticky!)
  2. Mix the peanut butter and bird seed together.
  3. Push the mixture into the cone with your fingers. You can roll the pine cone in the leftovers, to add an extra coating. Yummy!
  4. Hang the feeders from a tree, porch, or fence where you will be able to watch birds eating your treat. Send us pics of you & your feeder and tell us what you see!

Comedero Para Pájaros con un Pinecone: 


* Conos de pino: puedes encontrar lotes en el suelo. Asegúrate de que estén secos primero.

* Suave mantequilla de maní, manteca o sebo.

* Semillas de pájaros, semillas, cheerios, migas de cereal o pan rallado (o costras, si a sus hijos no les gustan).

* Cinta o cuerda


  1. Ate la cinta o la cuerda firmemente al cono de pino. (¡Haz esto primero porque se va a poner pegajoso!)
  2. Mezcle la mantequilla de maní y la semilla de ave.
  3. Empuje la mezcla dentro del cono con los dedos.¡Sabroso!
  4. Cuelgue los comederos de un árbol, porche o cerca donde podrá observar a las aves comerse su golosina. ¡Envíenos fotos de usted y su alimentador y cuéntenos lo que ve!
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