Over the last few years, Platt Tech is doing Community Service at the Beth El Center in Milford, preparing and serving dinners for the hungry/homeless community. Social Studies Instructor Dan Quinn has added his many years of restaurant experience to the Soup Kitchen and brings the same mission and values to clients. “I want every meal to be made as if I were making it for my family, and every dish that leaves the kitchen is the exact same for each client.” Some of the dishes made recently are Beef Stew, Chili, Chicken Cacciatore, Kale Chips, Mashed Sweet Potatoes, homemade Apple Sauce and Pork Loin with honey mustard and onion crisps. Volunteers for the Soup Kitchen, which is held twice a month on Tuesdays, are made up of Teachers, Coaches and Students. “We have a great time and do a great service for the community. The volunteers are the best!” Check back here for more updates.
Read the Beth EL Blast Here