Soup Kitchen 2017

November 20, 2017 | Comments Off on Soup Kitchen 2017

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December 1-31, 2017
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Each year the Open Source Soup Kitchen brings together artists, cooks, friends, and neighbors for a month of cooking, eating, sharing and celebrating!

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For as many nights of the month as we have volunteers, we will provide the cookware and utensils–and our volunteer chef of the evening will be responsible to a “one-pot meal” (usually a soup or stew) that can feed approximately 15-20 people. All meals are served between 7:00-9:00pm. We welcome all kinds of unique dishes from any ethnic tradition! The cook of the night is also responsible for incorporating an artistic element into the evening–it can be a one-night exhibit, musical performance, short play, or decoration of the gallery!

Attendees of the Soup Kitchen are neighbors, artists, people who are down on their luck, or some who are simply hungry. Sometimes the conversation flows easily, sometimes not, but the food is nearly always tasty (it’s New York, after all–we have standards!) Join us for good food, good art, and good conversation–and bring your friends, family, and neighbors!

This is a free event. If you would like to be a guest, stop by Open Source any night in December between 7:00pm and 9:00pm!

This year, artist Andrew Snyder has generously donated bowls to the Soup Kitchen. At the end of the night, all attendees will be able to take home the bowl they ate out of.

This year’s Soup Kitchen is dedicated to Tony Kalangis.

For the last several years, Tony was an important and warm presence at the Soup Kitchen. He was there most every night in December, helping the Open Source staff and volunteers to clean and serve, greeting guests, telling stories and making everyone feel at home. Tony was responsible for an incredible amount of outreach to local shelters and soup kitchens, which broadened our audience and created an amazing diversity of guests every night, helping all of us to broaden our worldviews.

Tony passed away this year and will be greatly missed. In his memory, we will be collecting donations at the Soup Kitchen to support Neighbors Together, an organization committed to ending hunger and poverty in Ocean Hill, Brownsville and Bedford-Stuyvesant, three of the lowest-income areas in New York City. Donate in person at the fundraiser or online here!

Soup Kitchen: Stephen Mallon

November 15, 2017 | Comments Off on Soup Kitchen: Stephen Mallon

December 11 host: Stephen Mallon, vegetarian art

Each year the Open Source Soup Kitchen brings together artists, cooks, friends, and neighbors for a month of cooking, eating, sharing and celebrating!

Sign up here!

For as many nights of the month as we have volunteers, we will provide the cookware and utensils–and our volunteer chef of the evening will be responsible for a “one-pot meal” (usually a soup or stew) that can feed approximately 15-20 people–we welcome all kinds of unique dishes from any ethnic tradition! The cook of the night is also responsible for incorporating an artistic element into the evening–it can be a one-night exhibit, musical performance, short play, comedy routine, decoration of the gallery or any kind of artistic experience. The gallery is yours for one night–just make sure your guests are fed!

This is a free event. If you would like to be a guest, stop by Open Source any night in December between 7:00pm and 9:00pm!

This year’s Soup Kitchen is dedicated to Tony Kalangis.

For the last several years, Tony was an important and warm presence at the Soup Kitchen. He was there most every night in December, helping the Open Source staff and volunteers to clean and serve, greeting guests, telling stories and making everyone feel at home. Tony was responsible for an incredible amount of outreach to local shelters and soup kitchens, which broadened our audience and created an amazing diversity of guests every night, helping all of us to broaden our worldviews.

Tony passed away this year and will be greatly missed. We are dedicating the 2017 Soup Kitchen to Tony’s memory. In his honor, we will be accepting donations for CHiPS.

Soup Kitchen

November 11, 2017 | Comments Off on Soup Kitchen

December 1-31, 2017

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Each year the Open Source Soup Kitchen brings together artists, cooks, friends, and neighbors for a month of cooking, eating, sharing and celebrating!

For as many nights of the month as we have volunteers, we will provide the cookware and utensils–and our volunteer chef of the evening will be responsible to a “one-pot meal” (usually a soup or stew) that can feed approximately 15-20 people. All meals are served between 7:00-9:00pm. We welcome all kinds of unique dishes from any ethnic tradition! The cook of the night is also responsible for incorporating an artistic element into the evening–it can be a one-night exhibit, musical performance, short play, or decoration of the gallery!

SIGN-UP HERE!

Attendees of the Soup Kitchen are neighbors, artists, people who are down on their luck, or some who are simply hungry. Sometimes the conversation flows easily, sometimes not, but the food is nearly always tasty (it’s New York, after all–we have standards!) Join us for good food, good art, and good conversation–and bring your friends, family, and neighbors!

This is a free event. If you would like to be a guest, stop by Open Source any night in December between 7:00pm and 9:00pm!

This year’s Soup Kitchen is dedicated to Tony Kalangis.

For the last several years, Tony was an important and warm presence at the Soup Kitchen. He was there most every night in December, helping the Open Source staff and volunteers to clean and serve, greeting guests, telling stories and making everyone feel at home. Tony was responsible for an incredible amount of outreach to local shelters and soup kitchens, which broadened our audience and created an amazing diversity of guests every night, helping all of us to broaden our worldviews.

Tony passed away this year and will be greatly missed. We are dedicating the 2017 Soup Kitchen to Tony’s memory. In his honor, we will be accepting donations for local shelters and soup kitchens. More info to come on what supplies are needed.

Soup Kitchen: How to Build a Fire

November 7, 2017 | Comments Off on Soup Kitchen: How to Build a Fire

December 29 host: How to Build a Fire storytelling series

Each year the Open Source Soup Kitchen brings together artists, cooks, friends, and neighbors for a month of cooking, eating, sharing and celebrating!

Sign up here!

For as many nights of the month as we have volunteers, we will provide the cookware and utensils–and our volunteer chef of the evening will be responsible for a “one-pot meal” (usually a soup or stew) that can feed approximately 15-20 people–we welcome all kinds of unique dishes from any ethnic tradition! The cook of the night is also responsible for incorporating an artistic element into the evening–it can be a one-night exhibit, musical performance, short play, comedy routine, decoration of the gallery or any kind of artistic experience. The gallery is yours for one night–just make sure your guests are fed!

This is a free event. If you would like to be a guest, stop by Open Source any night in December between 7:00pm and 9:00pm!

This year’s Soup Kitchen is dedicated to Tony Kalangis.

For the last several years, Tony was an important and warm presence at the Soup Kitchen. He was there most every night in December, helping the Open Source staff and volunteers to clean and serve, greeting guests, telling stories and making everyone feel at home. Tony was responsible for an incredible amount of outreach to local shelters and soup kitchens, which broadened our audience and created an amazing diversity of guests every night, helping all of us to broaden our worldviews.

Tony passed away this year and will be greatly missed. We are dedicating the 2017 Soup Kitchen to Tony’s memory. In his honor, we will be accepting donations for CHiPS.

Soup Kitchen: Spencer Merolla

November 7, 2017 | Comments Off on Soup Kitchen: Spencer Merolla

December 20 host: Spencer Merolla, white bean and kale soup

Each year the Open Source Soup Kitchen brings together artists, cooks, friends, and neighbors for a month of cooking, eating, sharing and celebrating!

Sign up here!

For as many nights of the month as we have volunteers, we will provide the cookware and utensils–and our volunteer chef of the evening will be responsible for a “one-pot meal” (usually a soup or stew) that can feed approximately 15-20 people–we welcome all kinds of unique dishes from any ethnic tradition! The cook of the night is also responsible for incorporating an artistic element into the evening–it can be a one-night exhibit, musical performance, short play, comedy routine, decoration of the gallery or any kind of artistic experience. The gallery is yours for one night–just make sure your guests are fed!

This is a free event. If you would like to be a guest, stop by Open Source any night in December between 7:00pm and 9:00pm!

This year’s Soup Kitchen is dedicated to Tony Kalangis.

For the last several years, Tony was an important and warm presence at the Soup Kitchen. He was there most every night in December, helping the Open Source staff and volunteers to clean and serve, greeting guests, telling stories and making everyone feel at home. Tony was responsible for an incredible amount of outreach to local shelters and soup kitchens, which broadened our audience and created an amazing diversity of guests every night, helping all of us to broaden our worldviews.

Tony passed away this year and will be greatly missed. We are dedicating the 2017 Soup Kitchen to Tony’s memory. In his honor, we will be accepting donations for CHiPS.

Soup Kitchen: Nancy Cross Shimmel

November 7, 2017 | Comments Off on Soup Kitchen: Nancy Cross Shimmel

December 19 host: Nancy Cross Shimmel, turkey chowder

Each year the Open Source Soup Kitchen brings together artists, cooks, friends, and neighbors for a month of cooking, eating, sharing and celebrating!

Sign up here!

For as many nights of the month as we have volunteers, we will provide the cookware and utensils–and our volunteer chef of the evening will be responsible for a “one-pot meal” (usually a soup or stew) that can feed approximately 15-20 people–we welcome all kinds of unique dishes from any ethnic tradition! The cook of the night is also responsible for incorporating an artistic element into the evening–it can be a one-night exhibit, musical performance, short play, comedy routine, decoration of the gallery or any kind of artistic experience. The gallery is yours for one night–just make sure your guests are fed!

This is a free event. If you would like to be a guest, stop by Open Source any night in December between 7:00pm and 9:00pm!

This year’s Soup Kitchen is dedicated to Tony Kalangis.

For the last several years, Tony was an important and warm presence at the Soup Kitchen. He was there most every night in December, helping the Open Source staff and volunteers to clean and serve, greeting guests, telling stories and making everyone feel at home. Tony was responsible for an incredible amount of outreach to local shelters and soup kitchens, which broadened our audience and created an amazing diversity of guests every night, helping all of us to broaden our worldviews.

Tony passed away this year and will be greatly missed. We are dedicating the 2017 Soup Kitchen to Tony’s memory. In his honor, we will be accepting donations for CHiPS.

Soup Kitchen: Elan Cadiz Ferguson

November 7, 2017 | Comments Off on Soup Kitchen: Elan Cadiz Ferguson

December 17 host: Elan Cadiz Ferguson, Chicken stew with white rice-Spanish Inspired

Each year the Open Source Soup Kitchen brings together artists, cooks, friends, and neighbors for a month of cooking, eating, sharing and celebrating!

Sign up here!

For as many nights of the month as we have volunteers, we will provide the cookware and utensils–and our volunteer chef of the evening will be responsible for a “one-pot meal” (usually a soup or stew) that can feed approximately 15-20 people–we welcome all kinds of unique dishes from any ethnic tradition! The cook of the night is also responsible for incorporating an artistic element into the evening–it can be a one-night exhibit, musical performance, short play, comedy routine, decoration of the gallery or any kind of artistic experience. The gallery is yours for one night–just make sure your guests are fed!

This is a free event. If you would like to be a guest, stop by Open Source any night in December between 7:00pm and 9:00pm!

This year’s Soup Kitchen is dedicated to Tony Kalangis.

For the last several years, Tony was an important and warm presence at the Soup Kitchen. He was there most every night in December, helping the Open Source staff and volunteers to clean and serve, greeting guests, telling stories and making everyone feel at home. Tony was responsible for an incredible amount of outreach to local shelters and soup kitchens, which broadened our audience and created an amazing diversity of guests every night, helping all of us to broaden our worldviews.

Tony passed away this year and will be greatly missed. We are dedicating the 2017 Soup Kitchen to Tony’s memory. In his honor, we will be accepting donations for CHiPS.

Soup Kitchen: Katya Khan

November 7, 2017 | Comments Off on Soup Kitchen: Katya Khan

December 16 host: Katya Khan, borscht

Each year the Open Source Soup Kitchen brings together artists, cooks, friends, and neighbors for a month of cooking, eating, sharing and celebrating!

Sign up here!

For as many nights of the month as we have volunteers, we will provide the cookware and utensils–and our volunteer chef of the evening will be responsible for a “one-pot meal” (usually a soup or stew) that can feed approximately 15-20 people–we welcome all kinds of unique dishes from any ethnic tradition! The cook of the night is also responsible for incorporating an artistic element into the evening–it can be a one-night exhibit, musical performance, short play, comedy routine, decoration of the gallery or any kind of artistic experience. The gallery is yours for one night–just make sure your guests are fed!

This is a free event. If you would like to be a guest, stop by Open Source any night in December between 7:00pm and 9:00pm!

This year’s Soup Kitchen is dedicated to Tony Kalangis.

For the last several years, Tony was an important and warm presence at the Soup Kitchen. He was there most every night in December, helping the Open Source staff and volunteers to clean and serve, greeting guests, telling stories and making everyone feel at home. Tony was responsible for an incredible amount of outreach to local shelters and soup kitchens, which broadened our audience and created an amazing diversity of guests every night, helping all of us to broaden our worldviews.

Tony passed away this year and will be greatly missed. We are dedicating the 2017 Soup Kitchen to Tony’s memory. In his honor, we will be accepting donations for CHiPS.

Soup Kitchen: Anna Efanova

November 7, 2017 | Comments Off on Soup Kitchen: Anna Efanova

December 15 host: Anna Efanova; pumpkin, sweet potato flavors of the masala soup

Each year the Open Source Soup Kitchen brings together artists, cooks, friends, and neighbors for a month of cooking, eating, sharing and celebrating!

Sign up here!

For as many nights of the month as we have volunteers, we will provide the cookware and utensils–and our volunteer chef of the evening will be responsible for a “one-pot meal” (usually a soup or stew) that can feed approximately 15-20 people–we welcome all kinds of unique dishes from any ethnic tradition! The cook of the night is also responsible for incorporating an artistic element into the evening–it can be a one-night exhibit, musical performance, short play, comedy routine, decoration of the gallery or any kind of artistic experience. The gallery is yours for one night–just make sure your guests are fed!

This is a free event. If you would like to be a guest, stop by Open Source any night in December between 7:00pm and 9:00pm!

This year’s Soup Kitchen is dedicated to Tony Kalangis.

For the last several years, Tony was an important and warm presence at the Soup Kitchen. He was there most every night in December, helping the Open Source staff and volunteers to clean and serve, greeting guests, telling stories and making everyone feel at home. Tony was responsible for an incredible amount of outreach to local shelters and soup kitchens, which broadened our audience and created an amazing diversity of guests every night, helping all of us to broaden our worldviews.

Tony passed away this year and will be greatly missed. We are dedicating the 2017 Soup Kitchen to Tony’s memory. In his honor, we will be accepting donations for CHiPS.

Soup Kitchen: Rich Garr

November 7, 2017 | Comments Off on Soup Kitchen: Rich Garr

December 13 host: Rich Garr, Vegetarian & Meat chili; Last year’s collage sculpture will be presented, & Street Art History Plaque ideas discussed (visit the page on gothamsidewalks.com to see some info)

Each year the Open Source Soup Kitchen brings together artists, cooks, friends, and neighbors for a month of cooking, eating, sharing and celebrating!

Sign up here!

For as many nights of the month as we have volunteers, we will provide the cookware and utensils–and our volunteer chef of the evening will be responsible for a “one-pot meal” (usually a soup or stew) that can feed approximately 15-20 people–we welcome all kinds of unique dishes from any ethnic tradition! The cook of the night is also responsible for incorporating an artistic element into the evening–it can be a one-night exhibit, musical performance, short play, comedy routine, decoration of the gallery or any kind of artistic experience. The gallery is yours for one night–just make sure your guests are fed!

This is a free event. If you would like to be a guest, stop by Open Source any night in December between 7:00pm and 9:00pm!

This year’s Soup Kitchen is dedicated to Tony Kalangis.

For the last several years, Tony was an important and warm presence at the Soup Kitchen. He was there most every night in December, helping the Open Source staff and volunteers to clean and serve, greeting guests, telling stories and making everyone feel at home. Tony was responsible for an incredible amount of outreach to local shelters and soup kitchens, which broadened our audience and created an amazing diversity of guests every night, helping all of us to broaden our worldviews.

Tony passed away this year and will be greatly missed. We are dedicating the 2017 Soup Kitchen to Tony’s memory. In his honor, we will be accepting donations for CHiPS.

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