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Thrifty Kitchen Cookbook 3rd Edition

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This cookbook provides cost effective, healthy and diverse options for those who may be on a smaller budget. In addition to recipes for tasty dishes, this 3rd edition includes a baby & toddler section as well as health tips for pregnancy and small children, lunch ideas and general food preparation.

All of the recipes in this amazing cook book were collected from local kitchens and organizations in Surrey!

These cookbooks can be purchased* through the office: call 604.581.5443 or email the Client Services Manager.

All proceeds from the sales of this cookbook will benefit our Tiny Bundles program and support further printing costs.

*Clients of Surrey Food Bank can receive a free cookbook upon request.

Warning

 

Door-to-door cash solicitations

The Surrey Food Bank does not go door-to-door to solicit cash donations nor do we partner with any other organization to do so. If you are approached by someone claiming to represent the "Surrey Food Bank" or the "Food Bank" please note as many details about the individual as you can and contact the non-emergency number for the RCMP

What's Happening

  • Thank you to the gentlemen from the Vancouver-New West & District Building & Construction Trades Council for bringing in there superb donation on Friday! Thank you for all of your continued support. 13 hours 26 min ago
  • Thank you to the Delta Society for Community Living - Scott Road Branch for bringing in their wonderful donation! #communityspirit 1 day 13 hours ago
  • This weeks Corporate Heroes shout out goes to Target, BC Housing Network, Kwantlen Polytechnic University, Coast Capital Savings, Fraser Surrey Docks, Fraser Downs Racetrack & Casino, Bank of Montreal, and CGAs!! Thanks as always for your amazing support in helping us during the holiday season!!! 2 days 10 hours ago
  • A great article in The Now Newspaper about our Director of External Relations, Feezah, and some of the great changes that have happened around the food bank this year.Local woman makes career switch from forensics to Surrey Food Bankwww.thenownewspaper.comWHALLEY — With a masters in bioethics and a bachelor's degree in biochemistry, Feezah Jaffer never imagined her landing spot would be Surrey Food Bank. After all, it's an unusual career change . . . 2 days 11 hours ago
  • Big THANKS to the Gr 6&7 class from Coyote Creek Elementary for their wonderful donation of $1185 & 500lbs of food to us today! You kids are beyond great! 2 days 13 hours ago