Food $en$e Shopper DeWitt

Food $en$e Shopper
A Program of the Food Bank of Central New York
Town of
DeWitt Recreation Department—(315) 446-9250 x 9
People In Action— (315) 218-7291$en$e.aspx
Order/Pick-Up Information
Order Deadline:
By Friday— October 10
Food Pick-Up 1:00-4:00pm:
Wednesday—October 22
*Many items are perishable*
EBT Cards Charged:
Monday—October 13
Qualifications: None
Order Hours: M-F 8:00-4:30
Excluding Holidays
Order/Pick-up Location:
DeWitt Town Hall OR
Klim Center (Springfield
Garden Apt Complex)
*Payment in the form of cash
or EBT must be made in person
at the time the order is placed.
Previous Month Menu
Italian Meatballs, 1 lb
Veal Patties, 12 oz
Italian Sausage, 1 lb
Pollock Fillets, 1 lb
Ground Chicken, 1 lb
Stuffed Rigatoni, 12 oz
Supreme Pizza, 5.3 oz
Spaghetti Sauce, 26 oz
Mixed Vegetables, 11 oz
Diced Tomatoes, 14.5 oz
Fresh Mushrooms, 8 oz
Salad Mix, 10 oz
October 2014
Chicken Kabobs, 1 lb
Breaded Fish Sticks, 1 lb
Salisbury Steak, 12 oz
Ground Turkey, 1 lb
Bologna, 1 lb
Egg Noodles, 12 oz
Cream of Mushroom Soup, 10 oz
PB & Choc Chip Cookie Mix,12oz
Applesauce, 15 oz
Green Beans, 15 oz
Fresh Produce (TBA)
Fresh Produce (TBA)
1. Chicken Drumsticks, 5 lbs for $5.50
 5 pound bag, not individually frozen
2. Meatloaf Mix, 2 lbs for $6.50
 traditional meatloaf, 100% ground beef
3. Italian Sausage, 3 lbs for $10.50
 product of Roma’s Sausage in Utica, NY
4. Mac & Cheese, 6 lbs for $11.25
5. Breaded Shrimp, 3 lbs for $16.50
 16-20 shrimp per pound
6. Hot Pockets, 12/8 oz pockets for $17.50
 12 pepperoni hot pockets per special
7. French Fries, 5 lbs for $3.75
Meatball Stew
1 lb Italian meatballs, frozen
16 oz beef broth
16 oz tomato soup
9 oz frozen peas
1 cup frozen carrots
The Food $en$e program is
designed to increase selfsufficiency by helping individuals
stretch their food dollars. Food
Bank of CNY is able to purchase
14.5oz can diced tomatoes
1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley food items in large quantities, and
this savings is passed on to the
1/2 cup Parmesan cheese
program’s customers. The Food
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Bank organizes this program with
nearly 40 sites in 11 counties.
Monthly Food $en$e packages
are created by the Food Bank, a
newsletter is generated and
1. Preheat crock pot to low or use a large pot on stove over
distributed to each site
2. Place meatballs, broth, tomato soup, peas, carrots and diced coordinator. The coordinators are
tomatoes in crock pot.
responsible for taking orders from
3. Cook in crock pot on low for 8 to 10 hours; stir occasionally. customers, placing the order with
the Food Bank, and distributing
4. Place stew in bowl and top with fresh parsley and sprinkle
the packages on a specific date.
Parmesan cheese on top.
The monthly newsletter includes
information for the coordinators,
the current month’s Food $en$e
package, the projected package
for the following month, and
recipes using food items from the
Broiled Lemon-Dill Pollock
1 lb Pollock fillets
1/4 cup fresh lemon juice
1 tablespoon olive oil
4 tablespoons Dijon mustard
1/3 cup minced fresh dill
1 garlic clove, minced
Cooking spray
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1. Preheat oven to broil (low).
2. Combine all ingredients except cooking spray in a large
plastic bag; seal and marinate in refrigerator for 20 minutes
or up to 2 hours.
3. Remove fish from bag and discard marinade.
4. Coat broiler pan with cooking spray; place fish on broiler
pan coated.
5. Cook for 4 minutes on each side or until fish flakes easily
when tested with a fork.
Makes 4 servings.
Anyone who needs to stretch their
food dollars can participate. The
cost of the package is $15.50;
participants pre-pay with cash or
EBT card and pick up their Food
$en$e packages at the end of the
month. A food unit contains 1012 items, including fresh fruits
and vegetables, meats, and staple
food items.