Every Tuesday evening all Dragonfly students in town and at the homestead gather together to eat Family Dinner. Each dinner a few students participate in preparing the meal for 30-40 people, learning more about cooking, food prep and kitchen safety.
The meals are intended to be nutritious and introduce students to a variety of different dishes as well as build community as everyone eats together and then takes a turn cleaning up.
This past week, in celebration of St. Patrick’s Day, students prepared a traditional Irish meal of Dublin Coddle (boiled sausage, potato and onions) and sautéed cabbage, thanks to a recipe from Program Director Brian.
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