November 20, 2017

On Sunday, 25 TBA volunteers cooked and baked up a storm in their home kitchens and at TBA, preparing quite a feast for The Second Step's Thanksgiving dinner to be served on Tuesday evening.  Such great teamwork and delicious food for our friends at TSS!  They will be thankful for the meal, and we are thankful to be able to provide it and help them enjoy the holiday fully satiated! At TBA, Bunny Aronson, Ruth Baylis, Janice Fineman, Debbie Hart-Klein, Madelon Kaster, Suzy Willard with her daughter Lila and friend Aria Rubinoff made squash soup, stuffing, roasted vegetables, kale and brussel sprouts, and key lime pie.  Another team at the Goldfarb family's house, including the Kogan and Cohen Nasisi  families, made spinach dip, olive tapanade, apple crisps and molasses cookies.  Other home cooks included Bev Marcus (sweet potato casserole), Jackie Dahlquist (mashed potatoes and cheesecakes), Gail Greenberger (green bean casserole), Judi Burton (pumpkin pies) and Lauren and Cheri Lookner...

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