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Fresh Food Generation Dinner Pick-up with TBE Outdoors

  • Wednesday, January 20
  • 5:00 PM to 5:30 PM

Celebrate Inauguration Day with an at-home dining experience of a Caribbean-inspired meal from Fresh Food Generation (FFG). Click here to view ordering instructions and place your order.

A Black-owned Food Enterprise with whom TBE has partnered in the past, is widely recognized for its role in providing meals to emergency workers and vulnerable communities during the pandemic. By pivoting from its food truck business to this new partnership with a non-profit farm and education program, the FFG team fed severely food-insecure families in Chelsea and East Boston, feeding thousands in the Metro Boston area while retaining their entire payroll! This is your opportunity to support this Black-owned business while enjoying a fabulous meal. You can DO GOOD while EATING WELL! Please join the Racial Justice Initiative for this scrumptious in-home dining experience. Pick up your pre-ordered food in the TBE parking lot.

Health & Safety Practices:
In order to protect the health and safety of our entire community, we require anyone attending an in-person event at TBE who is over the age of five to wear a face covering or mask. For children between age two and five, the wearing of a face covering or mask is at the discretion of the child’s parent or guardian. Children under the age of two should not wear a face covering or mask. We are committed to practicing physical distancing while at the temple. You must maintain physical distance of six feet between households. Members of the same household may sit together. We will have numbered spots drawn on our parking lot indicating where groups should sit to be a safe distance apart. We look forward to welcoming you and helping you find a space for your household to ensure everyone remains a safe distance apart.

Sponsored by Racial Justice Initiative
TBE’s Racial Justice Initiative seeks to increase our understanding and activism to address ongoing discrimination and inequality.

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