Judith Galas (left) and Cindy West use old bread from their church, Plymouth Congregational in Lawrence, and turn it into delicious bread pudding to be served at Lawrence Interdenominational Nutrition Kitchen. “We both like to cook, and feeding those who are hungry is really caring for people at the most basic, honest level,” West says.
Judith Galas (left) and Cindy West use old bread from their church, Plymouth Congregational in Lawrence, and turn it into delicious bread pudding to be served at Lawrence Interdenominational Nutrition Kitchen. “We both like to cook, and feeding those who are hungry is really caring for people at the most basic, honest level,” West says. Richard Gwin Special to The Star
Judith Galas (left) and Cindy West use old bread from their church, Plymouth Congregational in Lawrence, and turn it into delicious bread pudding to be served at Lawrence Interdenominational Nutrition Kitchen. “We both like to cook, and feeding those who are hungry is really caring for people at the most basic, honest level,” West says. Richard Gwin Special to The Star