Vinnie Assante, chef-owner of Luisa’s, delivers much needed pizza sauce, one of his specialties. Photo by Barbara Esmonde.

If supplementing the food supply for chain for Kent’s most vulnerable seniors and children was not enough, the Social Action Committee for Racial Justice is providing some family home entertainment ideas.

“You supply the movie, we supply the pizza” is the theme.

SACRJ has partnered with the District 22b Lions Club, and local chefs to put on this event.

Barbara Esmonde of Barbara’s on the Bay in Betterton has helping organize food preparation and packaging. She’s called on local chefs Steve Quigg of The Kitchen at the Imperial and Germaine Lanaux of Germaine’s Uptown for help preparing sauce.

“We ran out of pizza sauce today so we called Luisa’s and they answered the call,” Esmonde continue.

Volunteers have created home pizza kits that include fresh mozzarella, pizza sauce and prepared dough. If you are interested, come to the Kent Community Center in Worton on Thursday, April 16 between 11:30 a.m. until 1:30 p.m. , or while supplies last.

Mozzarella bagging production line. Photo by Barbara Esmonde.

Food is donated from many sources, including from Sysco Foods.

“Nothing is being wasted,” Edmonde stressed about the use of donated food. “I am sending out sauce, pasta and diced cheese up to Jeff Carroll of The Fishwhistle – he’ll be making backed ziti with chicken for senior meals on Tuesday.”