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One week OPEN…..one week closed.

So this is a unique week and one that we will probably all laugh about someday… After our amazing grand opening week we find ourselves closed this week.  Here’s the deal.  We discovered during our soft opening that we were having problems cooling the restaurant.  The dining room was having trouble keeping up, but even worse was the kitchen.  It took several opinions and a couple weeks to…

Make A Difference March!

Last week, Austin and I were running around the restaurant making pizzas, prepping ranch, and cleaning tables…. you know what normal couples do on a Friday night.  It had been one of those days where the tasks before us shadowed the real mission of why we were working.

Then, a couple stopped me as I was packaging their carry-out order and asked a simple question.

“How can we help giv…

Eat Good. Do Good.

SO honored to share this blog with you from Kore Colwell, one of our P42 Interns last semester!   Thank  you Kore for sharing the mission of Pitza 42 and for serving as an intern.   May her words encourage you and remind you of the HUGE impact you have on the world every time you eat at Pitza 42.

 

 

18,000 children die a day from starvation. Every single day. Let that…

5 Reasons You Should Be Eating Hummus

I remember the first time I had hummus like it was yesterday.  Austin and I had just moved to California and were bombarded with a bit of culture shock-everything from the traffic to the absence of an accessible Wal-Mart.  Our first week there, we met some new friends through work and were invited to appetizers and barbeque.  Now, to a southern girl, when you say BBQ… I’m thinking smoked…

190 Million Meals

190 million meals and 800,000 volunteers!

 

Last week we had the amazing privilege of speaking at Feed My Starving Children’s annual Partner’s Conference. Once a year FMSC brings all of their distribution partners together, these are the guys on the ground feeding the kiddos and making a big difference all over the world.

 

 

 

As you can imagine, w…

3 Reasons to be at the MobilePack

3 Reasons to be at the MobilePack

1. The What:

You get to personally pack the meals you have helped raise through eating at Pitza 42.
3,000 volunteers will sign up for one of nine 2-hour packing sessions at Fellowship Bible Church.
Truly a unique opportunity for all ages to serve as a family, school group, business or church group

 

2. The Details:

April 3-5,…

But I Don’t Want to Make Soup…

“What do you think about doing soups again this year, but making them all from scratch?”  My first thought was… Oh dear.  I knew Austin was onto something, but had no earthly idea how to get where he wanted to go.  When it comes to making things from scratch- I am a believer.  I love the purity of knowing everything that goes into a recipe, the beauty of creating something from nothing,…

Highlights from 2013!!!….

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7UAiAcy_IPc

 

Wow what a great year.  We want to attempt expressing our gratitude to each of you.  Aside from the mission aspect of Pitza 42 the most rewarding part is that our efforts to feed kids are not alone.  This dream of making a difference in children’s lives through food is only made possible because of your support, prayers, and…

Thank You Difference Makers!

Here’s why I am blown away and so excited.  For the past month Ash and I have done nothing but eat, breath, and sleep the Tacos 4 Life Crowdfunding Campaign.  It was an incredible experience and I wish we could share each and every great thing that happened during the past month, but for now here are a few highlights and they can be summed up into 2 areas- excitement and…

What if you could be a part of someone’s story of hope?!

On my desktop, I have a picture of  a little girl named Sibonelo.

It’s something about her…I think it’s her eyes.  They are full of hope.  Hope that invites us to good.  We met her at the last feeding center we visited on our trip to Swaziland this past summer, and her story will be with me forever.

Sibonelo’s mom died shortly after she was born and her father was never in t…

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