CBS New York:
Despite not having cooking gas for more than a month due to a leak, 46 families of the Ravenswood Houses in Long Island City, Queens, will still enjoy a turkey with all the trimmings.
Brian McMichael, who grew up in the housing complex and just moved his restaurant to Long Island City a month ago, came to the rescue, WCBS 880’s Jim Smith reported.
“My heart goes out to these people, and some of them I actually know personally,” McMichael said, owner of Miriam’s Southern Cuisine.
Partnering with Fresh Direct for the turkeys, McMichael said he’s inspired by the values his mother instilled in him, the restaurant’s namesake.
“She would be so proud. She would just pray. Pray and be joyful,” he said.
His shop will also be whipping up an extra 30 meals for the food pantry.
Thursday, November 27, 2014
Giving thanks for his blessings
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:30 AM
Labels: fresh direct, LIC, natural gas, Ravenswood, thanksgiving, turkey
Local small business comes to the rescue, one person can make a difference! GOD BLESS.
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