Las Vegas is known for its buffets. But if one person in Clark County is hungry that’s too many. The Las Vegas Catholic Worker, which runs a soup line for the poor and homeless, decided to do something about it.
Saturday is its 15th annual Empty Bowl Benefit. Here’s how it works. You:
1. Buy a ticket for $15.
2. Select one of the handmade ceramic bowls for your soup, which you get to keep.
3. Enjoy the wide variety of homemade soups on the soup line.
I thought my Eastern European grandmother made the best matzoh ball soup on the planet. But these Catholic church ladies showed her up last year. The best matzoh ball soup ever! And I shouldn’t admit this in public, but I even had seconds of their kale soup. Kale????
The Nevada Clay Guild, Aardvark Clay, the Fiber Guild and students at Green Valley High School, where the event is held in the cafeteria, made the bowls. These artists also display their wares for sale. I’m leaving my purse in the car this year!
Soup’s on at 11:30 am.
((hugs)) BETH Ellyn
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