Sustenance for the Soul:
Recipes for a Grieving Heart
May 10th | 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
Mother Road Market Patio
A meal is shared over life’s biggest moments - those we celebrate and those that break our hearts. Smell and taste evoke such strong memories of times, places, and people. When we experience the loss of a loved one, we may be able to briefly find them again in a single bite. For there are some things we just can’t eat without thinking of a special person.
On May 10th, Hospice of Green Country presents, “Sustenance for the Soul: Recipes for a Grieving Heart,” where we will hear from grief experts and honor the relationship between loss, healing, and food.
Coping with grief and healing from loss can look different from person-to-person and day-to-day. That is why Hospice of Green Country is proud to partner with the Tristesse Grief Center to bring a panel of compassionate grief care professionals to our community. The panel will span a wide array of specialties and topics including: Children and Grief Counseling, Grief and Mental Health, Terminal Illness Counseling, Trauma and Loss, Grieving a Pet, and more.
In honoring the relationship between loss, healing, and food, we are asking for the community’s help. We would be honored if you would share your treasured recipes passed down from loved ones. Five recipes will be selected by our chef partners, Erin Reed and Tenesha McClellen, to be recreated and served at the event, while the stories of the people the recipes represent are read aloud. All recipes submitted will be included in a cookbook which will be available for a donation at the event.
We hope you will join us in our pursuit to find sustenance for the soul of a grieving heart.
The link for registration can be found HERE!
To submit a recipe, please click HERE.
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