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Message from Dor


Greetings, Friends!

Let's Create More Logical Miracles in 2014!!


As we continue to grow Suppers, we remain true to our commitment to keep meetings free to users except for the shared cost of the meal.

Ask anyone who comes to meetings and they’ll tell you it’s the combination of delicious food, supportive relationships and the journey of self-discovery that brings them more vibrant health.

Won’t you help us make Suppers more widely available so that more people experience their “logical miracle”?  We invite you to help us meet the current challenges of expanding Suppers.

We plan to train new facilitators, launch our nearly-built new web site and maintain a values-driven organization with purity of purpose.

Please consider a contribution this year that matches the value you’ve received from Suppers. You can donate by PayPal on our Web site ( ), or mail your check to:

The Suppers Programs

c/o P.O Box 446
Princeton, NJ 08642

With gratitude,
Dor and the Suppers Board of Trustees


Suppers Happenings:

Mushroom Experiential Learning Event Pictured Below:

"Suppers Members meet at Mireille's to drill Mushroom logs with Danny!! - November 30th"

Order Suppers Food through ChowNow on Facebook:

Terra Learning Kitchen!!

Shop Local & Support Suppers: OnePrinceton

As a member in The Suppers Programs, you value community in the deepest sense, understanding that healing is a social experience; that we depend on connections with others who share our values.  There’s something new in Princeton to support our community—especially non-profit organizations like ours. It’s called OnePrinceton.
OnePrinceton is the new way to support your favorite non-profit organization while you pay at participating local businesses using your smartphone or a card. When you pay with OnePrinceton, the business donates 1% of every transaction to the non-profit of your choice.
One Princeton is free to enroll and there are no charges or fees to use it. It’s easy to use and secure. (Heartland securely processes 2.7 billion transactions a year for a quarter million merchants nationwide.)
When you enroll, you can choose to have the businesses donate to one non-profit or to the pool of all participating non-profits. The Suppers Programs hopes you will choose us as the beneficiary for at least some of your purchases. (You can change the beneficiary as often as you like.)
An estimated $15-25 million leaves the Princeton economy each year in transaction processing fees. Processing fees! 
So if we can avoid paying those by using OnePrinceton, we’ll harness the power of a significant amount of money and keep it in our community.  The folks at OnePrinceton tell me shoppers will also receive discounts that benefit them personally.
To learn more about OnePrinceton and to enroll, go to  Help us keep our focus on providing meetings and events rather than struggling to find clean sources of revenue.

Suppers on YouTube?!! 

A special thanks to Jerry Tully for creating our first ever Suppers video and launching our YouTube Channel.

If you would like to take a tour of Dor's fridge, click below:


**If you're interested in facilitating but can't host, please give us your email and that of anyone else who may be interested. You can help facilitate meetings anywhere where people need nourishing food and social support to make the changes that can add years to their lives and put life in their years. 

Inquire here


If you can make a pot of coffee,
you can make a pot of soup.

Dorothy Mullen

Suppers w/Healing Herbs

Coming soon at the Savory Spice Shop! 15 Spring Street, Princeton 

Current Meetings:

Christmas in a Bowl Recipes:

Christmas in a Bowl 2011 - Kiwi Salsa

Christmas in a Bowl 2012 - Cauliflower Couscous 

Christmas in a Bowl 2013:

Kale salad w/ pomegranates, hazelnuts and apple.

1 1/2 - 2 bunches of kale.
seeds of one pomegranate
1 perfect, sweet apple, like Ambrosia, chopped
1/2 cup or more hazelnuts, chopped and toasted or 1/2 cup salted sunflower seeds
juice of one large lemon
1/2 cup olive oil
2 garlic cloves, mashed
salt and pepper to taste
optional: ½ cup grated flavorful cheese, like sharp cheddar or robusto
Wash, drain, stem and rip up the kale.
Rub with 1 tsp salt until it's bright green and slightly reduced (link for video should go here)
Whisk the lemon juice, olive oil, garlic, salt and pepper and combine immediately with the chopped apple.

Combine the dressing and salad ingredients in a large bowl.
2013 Christmas in a Bowl! 

Dor, Suppers Founder & Audelle, Board President at Princeton Library Event
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