|The Pickering Ward members gather in the Cultural Hall for lunch|
The Sunday before Easter our congregation (known as a Ward) had a lovely Linger Longer luncheon (say that fast three or four times!) immediately following the 3-hour block of worship services and Sunday School.
These luncheons are a lot of fun. We get to visit and enjoy each others' company in a leisurely fashion.
Say, does that make it a Leisurely Lovely Linger Longer Luncheon? (Yes. I do crack myself up... You can groan here if you'd like.)
This luncheon was a SOUP-tacular! There were all kinds of crock-pot soups, sandwiches, rolls and even some homemade tamales! Yum.
I tried two different kinds of soup: A potato chowder with bacon that was to die for, and a spicy soup with corn and chili beans that was also really tasty. They were both rather thick, so it worked well in the same bowl.
|My two soup choices were delicious!|
It was so good! The women of our ward are really good cooks!
|Evangeline in the foreground, finding an empty table. There was a large turn-out.|