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Nothing feels (and tastes) better than supporting local famers! This Friday, head to the Café for a delicious green salad made with farm-fresh ingredients and your choice of dressing. And that’s not all—our students will also be serving fresh-baked bread with homemade butter! The key skills that students will apply from this week’s curriculum include knife skills, bread-baking, and butter-making.
Lunch includes an appetizer and dessert.
Join us every Friday at the Friendship Cafe for lunch created and served by the Amos Culinary Education students. Each week the menu will change to reflect their current class teachings. This limited menu will offer the students a structure in which to practice some very specific and important cooking and service skills.
For more information, contact Sarah LaFerriere - firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
Amos House is a nonprofit social service agency that provides direct support for men, women, and children in Rhode Island who are hungry, homeless, and in crisis. The agency began as a soup kitchen 37 years ago, but has grown into a full service agency that is changing lives through our recovery based 90-day transitional housing program, permanent supportive housing, our job training programs, job development and placement services, life skills classes, literacy and financial literacy education and our overarching community. We are helping men and women to develop the skills they need to live productive lives.