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Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Pie Baking for the Homeless

This came from a Mary Lloyd to Barbara and she asked me to post it to Hodgepodge. They sure look like they had a lot of fun baking all those pies!

Photos from our pie baking for the homeless. We are blessed with a beautiful kitchen that my son helped design and my husband oversaw and did much of the labor. Our Rector's wife Marla, an artist, painted the tiles and chose colors, cabinets, counter tops, flooring, lighting etc. It is residential style with three Bosch dishwashers, two ranges, double wall ovens, two sinks, steam tables and so on. We partitioned off space and made a room for our freezer, wine refrigerator and Bosch front loading washer and dryer...our Altar Guild loves that! My husband is on the left in the first photo and I am manning the KitchenAid and wearing pumpkin. The kitchen is used for parish breakfasts on fifth Sundays, the Men's Club monthly dinners and the Women's group and 20s and 30s group monthly dinners, small meetings, Parish gatherings and so on. A lot to be grateful for!


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