Lasagna love: Volunteers feed families in need
Volunteer lasagna cooks all over the country are working to provide meals to families struggling during the pandemic.
e Love lasagna. I probably started cooking lasagna when I was about 12. Tracy Hennessy is still baking one of her favorite meals, but it's not just for her family, but for families in need during the pandemic. Well, I am blessed. I have everything I need. I don't want for anything. I've got to use my eyes. I know what it means. Shops. You're going to get car payment. I've been there, you know are not being able Thio, you know, get whatever you needed The grocery store Tracy heard about Lasagna Love, a national grassroots movement aiming to provide lasagna meals to families struggling during the pandemic. Their volunteer lasagna cooks all over the country. They call them Lasagna, Mama's or Papa's. She provides you with frequently asked questions, a recipe that you can follow if you want Thio. There's contact less deliveries, but notes are attached to give families that personal touch. Ah, local teacher who has four kids, received one of Tracy's lasagnas. It just makes you know, realize and know that during these difficult times we are really a community. We're in this together. The fact that we are all home together has driven the grocery bill even higher. E unlisted All four Children. Um, it has been tremendous. Tracy poured her own money into buying the ingredients for the lasagnas she wants to doom. Or I know that there's a lot of people struggling out there when you actually go and drop off the lasagna. And sometimes you get to see the people and, um, you kind of know their story. It really just It's heartwarming. Tonya Rodgers, WPTV News Channel five.