Recipes to End Hunger: 7NEWS Personalities Contribute Their Favorite Dishes to Raise Money for Project Bread

The 7NEWS team has cooked up a great way to help feed the hungry. For a modest contribution to Project Bread, the state’s leading antihunger organization, donors can treat themselves to more than 20 different holiday recipes - from Randy Price’s “Mud Bug Salad,” and Frances Rivera’s “Crusted Baked Brie and Apricot Dip;” to Pete Bouchard’s “Homemade Chocolate Coconut Bars,” and Joe Amorosino’s “Pan-Seared Halibut with Black Bean Salsa Fresca.” These recipes and more are now available online. For all of the delicious details, go to www.whdh.com and click the link to Project Bread. And tune in to 7NEWS at 5:30 P.M. and 11:00 P.M. during the weeks of December 15 and 22 for cooking tips straight from the kitchens of the 7NEWS team!

About Project Bread
As the state’s leading antihunger organization, Project Bread is dedicated to alleviating, preventing, and ultimately ending hunger in Massachusetts. Through The Walk for Hunger, the oldest continual pledge walk in the country, Project Bread provides millions of dollars each year in privately donated funds to over 400 emergency food programs in 128 communities statewide. Project Bread also advocates systemic solutions that prevent hunger in children and that provide food to families in natural, everyday settings. With the support of the Governor and State Legislature, the organization has invested millions in grants to community organizations that feed children where they live, learn, and play. For more information, visit www.projectbread.org.

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anybody know whos driving randy price to the xmas party?

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i know he had a problem exiting the WBZ parking lot several years back.he took a left onto soldiers field road out of the BZ lot. the only problem was that it was a one way eastbound lane, AND the state police barracks is right around the corner.DUI.

Anytime they have a food

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Anytime they have a food segment on Channel 7, I'm always reminded of that awful Frances Rivera one they had a couple of Christmases ago. She did one of her 'favorite family recipes' which was simply sesame breadsticks wrapped in bacon. Seeing her holding it brought to mind the private parts of a leper.