ANKA BOLORSUKH PREPARES CIARRA COLLINSʼ
Once upon a time, the phone
was used to communicate.
Today, we use our phone to
escape. This is one way of
being violent. Sharing food
is one way to practice nonviolence. Nonviolence
is not the absence of violence; it is peace with
justice. Sharing our cultural recipes helps create
peace with justice.
2 packages cream cheese, room temperature
8 ounces (1/2 of a 1-pound bag) powdered sugar
1 tablespoon vanilla
1 pint heavy whipping cream
1 premade graham cracker pie crust
1 jar of your favorite pie filling
In a large mixing bowl, whisk cream cheese into a smooth consistency.
Slowly add vanilla and powdered sugar.
Slowly fold in whipping cream.
Pour mixture into graham cracker crust and set in refrigerator for
3 hours for best consistency.
Top with your favorite pie filling.
Serve and enjoy!
After weeks of gathering signatures at markets and on street corners for
California’s Schools and Communities First Campaign, Anka offers an
overview of the campaign and work at the Alameda Labor Council.
FROM A KITCHEN IN THE WORLD HOUSE 41