Chicken-Parmesan Bundles

Chicken-Parmesan Bundles

It was December 23rd.  My son and I were volunteers at the local Food Bank in Kingston, Nova Scotia.  The night was cold, -20C,  around -30C with the wind.  At around 8 p.m. we were almost ready to close the Food Bank and go home.  A young lady showed up pushing a stroller.  She had a baby and a four year old son.  They were freezing.  They had walked more than 40 minutes in that weather.  She was not dressed for that kind of weather.  She was as white as the snow.  All she wanted is something to put on the table for her two children on Christmas Eve.  We prepared big bags of food and gifts for the children.  One volunteer lady, from the food bank, drove her home.  She left us speechless.  There was not much to say.  Just to talk about it brings tears to my eyes.  It was a dark cold night that I will remember for the rest of my life.  That night I did not sleep much.



This week my son and I prepared a delicious meal.  We made chicken breasts stuffed with cream cheese, parmesan cheese, mozzarella cheese and spinach.  We served this chicken with creamy double-mashed potatoes.  We don't usually mash potatoes and sweet potatoes together but it was delicious. They were mashed with cream cheese and chicken broth.  

Recipes:

Chicken Parmesan Bundles

Creamy Double Mashed Potatoes











This Holiday Season Kraft Canada has teamed up with Food Banks Canada to make sure hungry families have food on the table this holiday.  

Here how you can help: 

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13 comments

  1. Delicious looking and sounding! A wonderful combo.

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  2. Delicious chicken and thanks for the reminders about holiday giving.

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  3. Always good to remember things like this, isn't it? Thanks for sharing, now I have the memory, too. These Chicken Bundles look great!

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  4. Mmm mmm mmm! I just got my package today; wasn't it fun to get it!
    Such a great cause too... Now I need to get busy. ;-)

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  5. What a delicious combination that would be to show off the chicken.

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  6. stuffed chicken is such an elegant preparation! beautiful dish, and touching and eye-opening story!

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  7. Helene, I didn't know you lived so close to my roots. I few up in Greenwood and Middleton and my mom still lives there. The chicken looks fabulous. Thank goodness for food banks. They help out a lot of people, especially at this time of year. Thanks for the reminder! xx

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  8. Enough to bring tears to my eyes too..

    Some so much..some so little..

    We all need reminders that this season is not beautiful and rich in gifts and food for everyone..

    Thank you.

    Ton repas semble merveilleux~
    I start every morning with a tablespoon of Kraft Peanut butter..

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  9. The chicken looks delicious! I'll have to try it over the holidays.
    This was a poignant story. One of my resolutions for 2011 will be to donate regularly to the food bank.

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  10. A good post as a gentle reminder about giving. Awesome.

    Happy Holidays to you.

    Velva

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  11. There are many working poor that need to use the Food Bank. Kraft is doi8ng a winderful job of getting the word out this holiday season. Your chicken dish does sound delicious and I have all of the ingredients so there is no stopping me in the kitchen!

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  12. That's a moving story, and to know that it can be easy to help. I'm doing my part right now.

    Cheers!

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