Friday Night Thank You
Our Friday night kitchen was interviewed this Friday by Hometown Hope of Port Jefferson. The East Main & Main Donut Shop donated delicious donuts to our volunteers to thank us for what we do. (Raise the volume so you can hear the interview.) Click here to see video
Student Project Results in Large Donation to Welcome Friends
Pictured from left to right, students Mikaeel Zohair, Claire Yang, Riya Sangwan, Neil Mehta
Thank you First Presbyterian's
We’re happy to report that First Presbyterian’s Board has approved the use of their kitchen on Wednesday mornings to cook the meal for distribution at St Paul’s Church at 1:00 on on Wednesdays. It’s such a pleasure to work with a Pastor and Board that “gets” our mission and is willing to continue to work with us during this difficult time!
Wednesday's Soup KItchen
Thanksgiving In July
Our cooks are busy every week creating delicious, nutritious meals to distribute outdoors as grab & go. All CDC and county health requirements are stringently followed. Recently they prepared a Thanksgiving in July meal, complete with roast turkey, stuffing, and side dishes.
Below are photos of one of their latest creations: baked sticky chicken glazed with dijon strawberry jam and spices; rice pilaf with walnuts, cranberries, and fresh apples; corn.
Welcome Friends at Work
Our cooks creativity and use of various herbs and spices is apparent in these photos —Turkey & Sausage Meatloaf smothered in a special sauce, Mashed Potatoes accompanied by sautéed fresh veggies – spinach, mushrooms & red onions.
With the help of a couple of our volunteers, Jim and Betty, pictured below, completed meals are assembled and packed for delivery to St. Paul’s.