Cooking for a Cause

It feels good (and tastes good) to do good.

Wednesday morning at The Culinary Center of Kansas City, we gathered to do good. We wanted to come up with a creative way to sponsor Thinking Bigger Business Magazine’s25 Under 25‘ Class of 2016, so we decided to create homemade food to donate to local not-for-profits in need.  We honored the winners by making a sizeable donation of Chicken Enchilada Casseroles, Tortilla Soup, and Rice Pudding to Newhouse Shelter, City Union Mission and Kansas City Hospice.  Hundreds of folks will enjoy good meals, and we had some great time together for a good cause. Win-win.  (By the way, your group can do this too!  Just call and ask about our All Hands For Hunger™ Interactive Cooking Parties!)

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One thought on “Cooking for a Cause

  1. Donna Jacobson

    I’ve worked in social services for fifteen years. Your generosity is touching and meaningful. A nice meal is comforting for someone feeling hopeless.



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