Living and giving with the gift of soup

If I haven’t said enough good things about our frequent guest, Jane Manaster, let me sing praises here. Thank you, Jane, for all the good you share with The Cookery. Here’s another guest post about living and giving from Jane that places the focus on others less fortunate.

Soup Preparation

At a Sukkah party at our Temple, the children assembled soup preparations for the ‘needy.’  Five types of beans and pulse were set out in separate aluminum-foil baking pans. Children took a jar and went along the row making stripes with each ingredient. At the end they picked up the recipe, spooned the seasoning into a snack-size Baggie, which went into the jar; they then closed the jar and tied on the recipe. It’s a great family activity.

Gift of soup

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