Catholic Charities of Louisville’s Common Table culinary program will offer its next six-week soup, salad and bread subscription service this summer. Subscriptions include a quart of soup or salad and a loaf of fresh bread each week.
The soups and salads are made by Common Table students and the bread is made by a local bakery, Wildflour Bakery.
The menu, which includes vegetarian options, is: cajun corn soup with jalapeño bread; summer primavera soup (with or without chicken) and sundried tomato bread; watermelon gazpacho soup and focaccia bread; lentil spinach soup (with or without turkey sausage) and honey whole wheat bread; chicken or vegetarian gumbo with potato chive bread or tri-color salad with spinach feta bread.
The service, which is $90 for six weeks, runs from July 12 to Aug. 16.
Fresh produce from Mana family Farm can also be ordered with the soup, salad and bread subscription. For a list of what the farm offers, visit https://cclou.org/wp-content/uploads/2021/06/Mana-Family-Farm-2.pdf.
Common Table “works to reduce poverty and bring equity to our community through job training. We provide training in the culinary arts to those who face barriers to employment, empowering them to achieve success in their careers and personal lives,” according to a news release from Catholic Charities. The soup subscription service supports students’ tuition costs and employment services.
Individuals should register by July 5. To order and to view a list of pick-up sites, visit https://cclou.org/soup/.