Posted on May 5, 2019
Temple Beth-El’s freezers are full with homemade soups and breads, ready for delivery this spring and summer to those needing a bit of tender loving care.
TBE’s volunteer cooks and bakers gathered in late March to replenish Ladles of Love’s stock, producing 28 quarts of Gypsy Soup and 18 loaves of Queen Esther’s Jaffa Orange Poppy Seed Tea Cake.
Care packages of soup and bread will be delivered to those in the TBE community who could use a little extra car, whether recovering from surgery or an illness, grieving a loss or celebrating a birth.
To join a future community cooking session, watch the weekly TBE E-blast for fall cooking dates and volunteer sign-up. To request a care package delivery, call the main office at (908) 722-0674.
Ladles of Love is generously underwritten by the Jules Swickle Chesed Fund. Donations to the fund can help keep the Ladles of Love freezer full.
Originally published in the May-June 2019 issue of the Shofar. For more issues of the Shofar, visit the Shofar archives.