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The Beacon | October 29

Virtual cooking class to support Acton’s Household Goods
Staff Writer Wicked Local
Rachel Amiralian and Gavin Lambert, co-founders of WECO Hospitality.
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In support of Household Goods, a Zoom cooking lesson will be held on Thursday, Nov. 12 with WECO Hospitality Chef Gavin Lambert, who will walk participants through making a delicious meal and provide advice on wine pairings.

Household Goods mission is to provide a full range of furniture and household items, free of charge, to help people in need make a home. All proceeds for the night of cooking with this accomplished chef will go to support that mission.

The event begins at 6:30 p.m. and will last for approximately 60-75 minutes. Participants who want to cook along with Gavin will receive a shopping list in advance and basic recipe outlines. Ticket holders can either purchase the grocery basket directly from WECO (limited quantities) or shop on their own. Or just watch and learn from Gavin and make the dishes at a later date.

The cost is $30 and tickets may be purchased at https://householdgoods.org/event/household-goods-cooks-with-weco-hospitality/.

Since its opening in March, Acton-based WECO has served over 5,000 meals, delivered to 30+ towns and is now averaging 300 meals a day. In addition to bringing delicious dinners to hundreds of paying guests per day, WECO is actively donating meals to hospitals, out-of-work individuals, homeless shelters, and people who deserve a free meal. As a platform for change within the hospitality industry and beyond, WECO is blazing a trail towards a healthier restaurant model.

About Household Goods

In its 30th year, Household Goods annually provides a full range of donated furniture and household items, free of charge to help more than 2,500 individuals and families in need make a home. Household Goods is located at 530 Main Street in Acton and provides services to people across Eastern Massachusetts. Learn more at www.householdgoods.org.

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