OK, while admittedly this news might be considered a tad off the Homegrown Cookbook's storyline, the fact is that the homegrown work force and ingredients and the joy of seeing two social enterprises coming together to improve their communities is, in fact, spot on to my passion for all things local, homegrown and good makes this a rather ideal and perfect story line for the blog.
I hope you agree.
My husband and I were privileged to attend the Greyston benefit fundraising event at the invitation of his boss.
What a delightful discovery to learn about her passion and commitment to this extraordinary, culinary-based cause.
In fact, Greyston's work is so profound and impactful that I was chagrined I hadn't heard about it previously. Is it just me?
The CEO, Steve Brown, couldn't disagree...
He said they are working on it.
But there is so much of a good food/good community story there that I couldn't wait to share the news of their efforts.
Please enjoy the post and if you can, contribute to helping the Greyston effort. You can just buy the brownies!
That said, Greyston’s Path Making program is unique.