Wednesday, March 14, 2012

Your chance to help: Big pots of soup needed at UGM Shelter

Douglas Park Cooperative member Annie Stocker, owner of Two Dog Yoga, has been delivering and coordinating big pots of homemade soup that are delivered weekly to the Union Gospel Mission Shelter at the Old 39.

For this week's delivery on Thursday, she is making a big pot of yummy chicken noodle matzo ball soup. But Annie, who has been coordinating neighbors and students at her yoga studio for the soup deliveries, needs help.

If you are good in the kitchen here is your chance to help out in our community.

Volunteers that sign up can help by making "the biggest pot of soup you can make —with or without meat," she said. The pots are delivered either Wednesday evening or early Thursday morning before 8 a.m. You can pick up your pot Thursday after 5 p.m.

Annie said no one signed up for the March 22nd soup or the March 29th soup makings and deliveries.

Here is a list of possible recipes via Seattle-based website But don't feel limited. If your grandmother's split pea recipe is close to your heart, why not share it?

If you can help with this important need in our community please contact Annie at to sign up for one of the available dates.

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