Good Stuff: Cardinals’ Peterson Provides Meals To Homeless

September 11, 2020
Cardinals’ Peterson Provides Meals To Homeless

 

‘Bear one another’s burdens, and so fulfill the law of Christ. For if anyone thinks himself to be something, when he is nothing, he deceives himself. But let each one examine his own work, and then he will have rejoicing in himself alone, and not in another. For each one shall bear his own load.’

Galatians 6:2-5


Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson [Photo from Cronkite News video] PHOENIX – Food tends to bring back fond memories for most people. For Arizona Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson, the scent that wafted from his grandmother’s kitchen every Sunday evening when Peterson was a child still brings comfort. His grandmother may not be in the kitchen at the Valley’s United Methodist Outreach Ministries New Day Centers, but another chef is recreating Peterson’s favorite meal for residents who are staying at the shelters. Chef Rose Witt, the Residential Dining Chef for the past eight years at UMOM, produces over 6,000 meals per week despite having only a limited team supporting her due to COVID-19 restrictions. “(Chef Rose) came from St. Mary’s Food Bank, where she was a chef instructor for 12 years,” said Dina Altieri, director of culinary enterprises at UMOM. “What she brings to our kitchen is, well, she’s just an amazing chef.” In a dining hall filled with only the sounds of serving spoons hitting plates, Rose continues to push meals out to families living in the community each morning, noon and night. “This is her jam,” Altieri said. “If you’re Rose, you feel like you were born to feed people.” The menu tends to change on a weekly basis and it comes from the chef’s decisive palate. However, every Tuesday for the next calendar year the creations will be inspired by the appetite of a local, star cornerback. Fried chicken, candied yams, peas, and mac & cheese is Peterson’s jam. The three-time All-Pro launched “P2 Tuesdays” to help fight hunger and homelessness in the Phoenix community. His goal is to bring the same comfort meal he was given growing up in Florida to those who are not fortunate enough to have a consistent roof over their head […]

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