Recipes for World Poverty

May 23, 2010
By KCGarcia BRONZE, Austin, Texas
KCGarcia BRONZE, Austin, Texas
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World Poverty

6 cups of hunger
5 cups of homelessness
4 cups of sickness
7 cups of work
A sparse pinch of hope

Mix hunger, homelessness, sickness and work together completely making sure there are no clumps. Sprinkle hope on top, although it doesn’t need to cover entire dish. Bake at 400° for 3 hours.

End World Poverty

8 cups of hope
10 cups of food
3 oceans of drinkable water
Countless doctors
7 cups of medical supplies
100 pairs of helping hands

Mix together food, water and medical supplies thoroughly. Over the entire dish, sprinkle helping hands and doctors evenly and completely cover the whole dish with hope. Let sit so the ingredients have time to kick in for at least 3 hours and bake at 350° for 1 hour.

The author's comments:
This is for an English project where we were supposed to Speak Out about a subject and I chose World Poverty!

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Sandra said...
on Jun. 14 2010 at 12:58 am
That was....REALLY cool...almost poetic....


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