Community Cooks – December 2017 edition

Today, I cooked a dish for 20 through the Community Cooks program, as I do once per month. I’ve neglected to mention in the past where the food is going, however. Community Cooks organizes the volunteer teams, but the food itself benefits social service agencies. In our team’s case, the food goes to Respond, a Somerville-based domestic violence prevention agency that also operates a shelter. The homestyle fried rice is going to a great cause.

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