Company Name -
Karma Kitchen
Amma's Dream

"Everyone in the world should sleep without fear, at least
for one night. Everyone should be able to eat to his fill, at least for one day. There should be at least one day when hospitals see no one admitted due to violence. By doing selfless service for at least one day, everyone should help the poor and needy. It is Amma's prayer that at least this small dream be realized."    - Amma
 Karma Kitchen
A Mother's Kitchen Project
Inspired byAmma's worldwide service project Mother's Kitchen,
Karma Kitchen meets
 the third Friday of every month in the Kitchen of the Unitarian Universalist Church of St. Petersburg, and you are invited to join us! 
We gather at the UU kitchen to prepare a meal to be served at the community picnic held in the courtyard of the church from 6:30 - 7:30pm that evening in conjunction with dishes prepared by members of the UU Congregation. We usually serve between 100 and 200 guests each month. We also prepare sandwiches for our guests lunch the next day, and cupcakes for any birthdays in the group that week or month.
We would love to see you there!
"It's such a blissful feeling, serving those
in need  in community with others,
in the grace of Amma's blessing.
A real, true 'Happy Hour' !"
- Tampa Bay Amma Satsang member
Monthly every 3rd Friday from 4pm - 8:00 pm
UU of St. Petersburg
on Mirror Lake
719 Arlington Avenue North
St. Petersburg. FL 33704
Park in the grass lot near
Mirror Lake and enter through kitchen door by the dumpster.
Prepare: 4 -6 pm
Serve: 6:45 - 8:00 pm
To be on the mailing for Karma Kitchen and for more information, contact our 
Karma Kitchen Coordinator:
Vandana at
Friday, September 16, 2011
Prepare: 4 -6 pm
Serve: 6:45 - 8:00 pm
Robert, super
volunteer head chef
Rockin' it out!
 Karma Kitchen
A Mother's Kitchen Project 
February has been a busy month planning for Br Dayamrita's arrival on Feb 13th but we are still doing Karma Kitchen this Friday. We'll be bringing our beautiful energy from Br. Dayamrita's program to out food preparation and service on the 18th.
We are trying a new approach - there will now be one or two core volunteers managing the recipes, ingredients,  kitchen and volunteers (just for Karma Kitchen, not all of the volunteers for the Community Picnic).This month it will be Cathy Devanney and Gail Kelley. Please contact them by email to coordinate your ingredient contribution or seva (selfless service job).
Now in it's second year, Karma Kitchen is going strong but needs your help to keep it that way. The third Friday of each month we gather in community to cook and prepare food for the Homeless and low income families at UUSP's Weekly Friday Community Picnic.
Led by Amma devotees ( ), Karma Kitchen has been blessed by Ammachi herself last May when she was visiting the United States. Her Grace adds that essential touch of warmth and goodness that is conveyed to each person we serve.  It's Her love that gets mixed, tossed, baked, and sliced into the nutritious meal and Her compassion that we ourselves feel when we get teary-eyed or a lump in our throats as one of the picnic go-ers thanks us with a heartfelt smile or a "God bless you." 
Won't you experience these blessings with us? 
February's Recipe & Info:
Friday September 16th
4 - 8:00 pm
Here is this month's recipe
and the ingredients needed:

Please RSVP, so we know whom to expect and who is bringing what. If you can't afford to bring any ingredients that is no problem, we still need you! If you can't make it but would like to help you can donate one/some of the ingredients before February 18.  If you are interested and would like to talk more about the experience, please email your number and we'll give you a call to discuss or answer any questions you may have. Thank you and we appreciate everyone's generosity and help!
Karma Kitchen Wish List
Also needed for Karma Kitchen!!
 Cake mix, frosting, cake decorations, cupcake tins
Disposable plastic forks and napkins
Paper napkins
Sharp kitchen knives
Olive oil
canola oil
1 -2 gallons white vinegar
Ketchup in bottles
Mustard in bottles
Unopened salad dressings (bottles)
Powdered Ice Tea or Lemonade drink mixes
Clean plastic 1 gallon milk/water jugs with screw on tops
Stainless steel or thick aluminum 3 - 5 gallon cooking pots
Dish Soap
Kitchen Towels, cloth
Any unopened jarred, canned, or dry goods: vegetables, beans, soups, sauces, gravies, tuna fish, tomatoes, dog food (for dogs, don't worry), pasta, rice, beans, grains 
Thank you Nancy for the 2 veggie peelers and the humongous bag of dog food! 
Thank you!
Vandana Dillon
Karma Kitchen Coordinator
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