After arriving in the city on Sunday (and more or less efficiently finding our way to our hostel home), we began work at DC Central Kitchen on Monday. DC Central Kitchen is the largest soup kitchen in the city. “Soup kitchen” is a bit of a misnomer, since DC Central Kitchen is involved in not only local meal distribution but also food recycling and job training.
Alex stands with a tray of barbecue chicken, having individually coated in each piece in the eponymous sauce.
Bagels and baked goods? Cody is tickled!
Learning that mixing spaghetti for hundreds of people is quite a different matter than for a family dinner.
In the capitol, where to rest besides in front of the National Gallery of Art?
Six hours of chopping and cleaning – they’re tuckered!