Can you match the SOUPERSPREADER with the delicious soup he/she/they made? Continue reading
John Lasiter and Adrienne Shulman prepared 22 MESH meals at their home this last Tuesday. On the menu were Roasted Turkey Sandwiches (2 each) on Ciabatta bread with sweet pickles, slow roasted tomatoes, frizzled onions and mayo. (Vegetarian Sandwiches were also prepared). Sides included, hummus, pretzel chips, an orange, bottle of water and Oreo cookies.
Each year Shomrei honors one or more members for their commitment and volunteerism in support of our community. I am excited to announce that this year we are honoring a quintet of talented and dedicated individuals (as pictured L-R): Carol Katzman, Allison Task, Margot Laksin, John Lasiter and Adrienne Shulman Lasiter
Here’s what you need to know:
First, SAVE-THE-DATE and come to a Shomrei bash in their honor on Saturday night, February 29th. (Invitation to follow.)
Second, HONOR OUR HONOREES by expressing your gratitude in this year’s community directory (Ad Journal). (More information on how to do so below.)
Now let me share a little about our honorees’ impact on Shomrei…
From Captain Alex Kent:
John Lasiter prepared a meal for 18 people, with 1 meal to go. The diners were treated to pita chips with hummus, barbecued chicken, roasted potatoes, cole slaw, challah and spread, topped off by a dessert of homemade brownies and vanilla ice cream.
From Captain Lynne Kurzweil:
On a drizzly Tuesday evening we welcomed 24 grateful guests to the Carol Starr MESH Cafe at Shomrei. Six takeaway meals were also provided. Chef Lynne Kurzweil whipped up a healthy and filling meal beginning with Tuna/Egg Salad with Crudités and Chips, followed by Tuscan Tilapia with Cannelini Beans, Tomatoes and Spinach served with Brown Basmati Rice and Garlic Bread. Dessert was Honeydew, Strawberries, Blueberries and Raspberries and Pecan Melt-away Cookies.
From Captain & Chef Fern Heinig:
Tuesday was a rainy night. The rain put off some of our usual guests so we did not have a full house, only nineteen guests. However, five additional guests did ask for take-away, which we were able to provide (as usual).
From Captain Alex Kent:
It was a wild and crazy MESH night this past Tuesday when, unbeknownst to the volunteer crew, the MESH guests were slated to dine in the Sukkah.
Everyone rose to the occasion, even though at times it was a bit of a Chinese fire drill with plates of food being ferried up and down the stairs and in the elevator. The MESH staff assured us the guests wanted to eat in the Sukkah, despite the 60 degree weather.
Report from Captain Shirley Grill:
It was a cool spring evening and spirits were high in keeping with the wonderful weather! John and Adrienne prepared a wonderful repast, consisting of :
A tuna salad and pita chips for the appetizer;
The main dish was perfectly baked barbecue chicken, great roasted potatoes and home made coleslaw which was yummy!
The Carol Starr MESH Cafe served 24 guests last night and 1 take away.
Last night’s menu was: Egg Salad on a bed of lettuce with cucumbers and tomatoes, Alphabet vegetable soup, Baked salmon with dill sauce, Mashed potatoes, Honeyed carrots, Cupcake, tangerine, and bread pudding. Captain Fern was assisted by employees of HSBC and non-Shomrei friends.
On a chilly Tuesday evening, we welcomed 24 grateful guests to the warm and nourishing Carol Starr MESH Cafe at Shomrei. Four others enjoyed takeaway meals. Shomrei Master Chef John Lasiter prepared a sumptuous spread beginning with Sweet Kale Salad, challah and spread. Main course was Braised Chicken with onions, garlic, lemon and herbs, Smashed Potatoes and Roasted Broccoli. Dessert was homemade Brownies with Cashew Milk ice cream. Continue reading