It seems a little strange to be highlighting one particular area of hospitality, but it seems to make sense when we exercise it with such regularity.
From the start, The Big Table has been a community that loves to love practically and culinarily. Whether within or beyond our community, and whether due to a new addition in the family, sickness or loss in the family, or just plain under the pump, we’re well versed in getting a roster going, putting the apron on and fronting up with some food to make the load a little lighter. Or devising plans more regular and intentional.
“Neighbourfood” – if it’s got a name, it must be something!