Our first cook day was a huge success! Under the direction of Chef Stuart Hall and “cooks” Sarah Beth Hall and Joan and Terry Carlisle, 14 Shepherd’s Pies were prepared and placed in the kitchen hallway freezer (2 casseroles are starch free—no mashed potatoes). We were also mindful of those who may need to watch their salt intake, so salt to taste may be needed. All food preparation was done following restaurant food preparation guidelines.
Each casserole includes a list of main ingredients, directions for baking at home, a prayer card, and a “response” card to give us feedback about the casserole. Please take a casserole (please sign it out for inventory purposes) for yourself or anyone in need of a nourishing meal (prepared with love). We hope our casseroles fill a need for our members, as well as, those you know who are not members. A “need” is defined broadly...the need may be a financial or health one; it may be to offer respite to busy families; it may be to celebrate the addition of a child to a family or to offer condolences in the loss of one.
If you would like a Shepherd‘s Pie casserole, and cannot stop by the church, please let Sarah Beth know. Right now, we only have one size casserole (feeds 4-6), but if you have a large family, please feel free to take two. If you are a family of one—invite your neighbors! (We hope in the future to have a size to feed 1-2).
Our next cook day will be in June (date TBA) and if you would like to join us in this ministry, please contact...
Sarah Beth at (205)871-3512 or email@example.com
Joan Carlisle at 205 965-3504 or firstname.lastname@example.org