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Sir Francis Drake wrote:YO HO, fellow Pastafarians!
My kid's school is having a food drive and I have donated the following items:
1 lb. box of lasagna (only about 12-15 noodles, but they're BIG!)
13.25 oz. box of Penne Rigata (200 noodles?)
3 bags 'Pasta Sides' noodle & sauce mix (450 noodles?)
Sorry, i have no goats to donate. Does this help?
Auntie Dee Dee wrote:From our trip to Sam's Club...dropped at the food bank I used to work at on Friday nights, sorting donations...4 big packs containing 12 one pound packages of spaghetti, so that's 48 pounds of spaghetti, and a case (24 cans) of Hunt's 32 oz Spaghetti Sauce, Roasted Garlic flavor.
Got the meat market across the street to donate 20 gift certificates for 2 pounds of premium ground beef (not cheap grease-laden hamburger, the good stuff) and 10 certificates for a whole fresh chicken. (I got him his 4 big commercial accounts, he remembers that.)
I'll leave it to you guys to figure it out, and to decide whether we get to count the meat market guy's stuff as well. He groks Pastafanarianism but is seriouly involved with his current worship of his chiropractor...
Auntie Dee Dee wrote:They do a jarred/canned Parmesan or Romano or blend (Kraft brand is in the cardboard can-looking shakers) that is called 'shakey-cheeze' at my house. Yes, it's powdered and not fresh.
If they'z to carry all them cheesy thangs, they'd have to take out the minnow tank.