Chicken Soup for the Soul — or the Flu

 

Join the Emmanuel Dining Room cooking crew on the 19th or 20th or each month.

IMG_1912Cindy Cohen reports that the church freezers are filling up with chicken broth—a by-product of the monthly chicken dinners that Cindy and the Emmanual Dining Room (EDR) crew cook. Stop by the kitchen to claim a quart or two.

EDR regulars were delighted with the extra hands that showed up on Martin Luther King Day—including the great cookie bake that added an unexpected bonus to the January EDR meal.

“We not only prepared our casseroles and veggies in record time,” Cindy writes, “We even had chocolate chip cookies to send along, which the diners loved. Want to help on the 19th or 20th of the month? We’d love it!”

Contact Cindy Cohen at cindyscohen@comcast.net.

Support for Ministry of Caring

Cooking a mess of chicken for guests of the Emmanuel Dining Room are (from left) Betty Wier, Sue Fuhrmann, Sally Christian.Barbara Pratt, and Cindy Cohen. Photo by Nancy Pinson.

Cooking a flock of chicken for guests of the Emmanuel Dining Room are (from left) Betty Wier, Sue Fuhrmann, Sally Christian.Barbara Pratt, and Cindy Cohen. Photo by Nancy Pinson.

First Unitarian’s Outreach to Emmanuel Dining Room

Run by the Ministry of Caring, Emmanuel Dining Room (EDR) provides meals to people in need in the greater Wilmington area. First Unitarian Church is proud to have been a part of this effort for over 20 years, and currently provides a hot lunch on the 20th of every month at EDR’s 2nd and Jackson location. If you would like to be a part of the EDR team, contact Cindy Cohen. We’d love to have you join us!

cindyscohen@comcast.net
(302) 475-5814