St. Joseph’s Place holds first mac and cheese bake-off


Make text smaller Make text larger



Photos



  • “It’s really good, but I didn’t know there was that much different macaroni and cheese in the world," said resident Joan Sauchuck, pictured (Photo provided)




  • Staff volunteers were invited to sample each entry and then mark a ballot. (Photo provided)




  • Residents and hospital staff were invited to sample each entry, numbered from one to eight, and then mark a ballot for the one they judged best (Photo provided)




, N.Y. — The staff and residents of St. Joseph’s Place, a long-term care facility at Bon Secours Community Hospital in Port Jervis, N.Y., recently joined in judging the winner of the first annual Mac and Cheese Bake-Off.

“The staff and the residents thought macaroni and cheese was a good choice for another contest because it’s a nice comfort food, especially in wintertime,” said Recreation Director Kelly Fedrizzi.

St. Joseph’s Place staff volunteers and one resident’s family member prepared and donated eight large crocks of homemade macaroni and cheese. And to compliment each dish, the residents were served a variety of creative fruit punches.

Residents and hospital staff were invited to sample each entry, numbered from one to eight, and then mark a ballot for the one they judged best. And the winner was the volunteer family member Jim McCooey.

“This was another wonderful and fun event for our residents,” said Fedrizzi, “I would like to thank all those who participated. It was a huge success and we are open to suggestions for our next contest.”





Make text smaller Make text larger

Comments

Pool Rules



MUST READ NEWS

‘A Concert for George’ celebrates the music of George Harrison this Saturday
WARWICK — Join The Dark Horses for a tribute to George Harrison this Saturday, Sept. 22, at 7 p.m. on the Railroad Green.
This is...

Read more »
Image

Village of Chester sets comprehensive plan work sessions
CHESTER — The Village of Chester encourages residents to make their voices heard in work sessions building the village's first-ever...
Read more »
Image

The untold story of the broken sewer line at Legoland
To the Editor:
Councilman Ken Newbold admonished the Goshen Town Board for allowing Merlin Entertainments (Legoland) to break the sewer line connecting Arcadia Hills...

Read more »

'Grandstanding' ignores town's work to correct problems at Legoland
To the Editor:
It certainly seems like Councilman Ken Newbold is starting his campaign for Goshen Town Supervisor early. His recent letter to the editor is simply...

Read more »

VIDEOS



Subscribe to our mailing list

* indicates required
Community Newspapers



MOST COMMENTED



Find more about Weather in Chester, NY