“We call it a hug in bowl, the camaraderie of cooking, packaging, labeling and sharing a meal together, is the best high that you can feel. I hope you come to join us and register for a class,” said Lisa Berkery who started the Soup Sisters NJ chapter with Carolyn Hough.
We are very excited to announce a very special cooking event with the Soup Sisters NJ. Soup Sister events are social evenings with lively conversation, chopping, cooking, laughter and warm kitchen camaraderie that culminate in a simple, sit-down supper of soup, salad, bread and wine for all participants. Each event produces approximately 150-250 servings of fresh soup that sustains local shelters with nourishing and nurturing soup each month.
Farm & Fork Society is helping to organize a Soup Sisters event on Tuesday, October 23rd to benefit our Generation Zero: Working to Reduce Hunger campaign. All soup produced will go to Isaiah House, whose mission is to reduce the prevalence of homelessness, hunger, and unemployment throughout Essex County and more specifically, within the Oranges and Newark.
We hope you can join us - details and a registration link are provided below. You can learn more about Soup Sisters by visiting their website and if you can not join us on October 23rd there are other dates already scheduled that you can sign up for.
Please consider registering now for this class as there are only 15-18 spaces and I want to be sure Soup Sisters can count on us to fill the class before they open registration up to a wider audience.
Carolyn Hough Co-Founder of Soup Sisters NJ
(Chef Extraordinaire and Former Owner of the Shed)
for a Soup Sisters Cooking Class to Benefit
Farm & Fork Society’s Generations Zero:
Reducing Hunger in NJ campaign
All soup will go to Isaiah House
Tuesday, October 23
6 p.m. - 9 p.m.
6 Regent St
The cost is $65 per person and you can register
for this private class by clicking the HERE
and putting in the code