At yesterday Hellmann’s luncheon, Bobby Flay and Full House’s Lori Loughlin showed us how to make snacks for our kids, like putting tuna salad in a Tostitos Scoop. I love mayonnaise.
On the contrary, I’m not a mommy-blog and I probably wouldn’t have written about this if it wasn’t for this awesome photo and that Hellmann’s is in it to help feed hungry children. All you have to do is create a virtual sandwich on their Facebook page and Hellmann’s will donate up to $75,000 to Share Our Strength (a national non profit organization to fight child hunger).
I remember back in middle school being surprised how one kid I knew went to the free breakfast program they offered. I think I made fun of him until I learned that the food he ate during school was his only food for the whole day. I didn’t realize how fortunate I was to be fat and had parents who ran a restaurant. That kid was good kid. It was hard for me to understand… why?
Even today, I’m grateful that I’m able to eat the ton of shit I do. It really sucks that there’s kids out there that are hungry. So I applaud Hellmann’s, Share Our Strength and all the food programs past, present and future. Help them out by making a stupid sandwich on your Facebook. That’s all you gotta do.