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Chef Reggie’s tomato bisque warms frozen hearts PDF Print E-mail
Written by KAREN NADLER COTA Sentinel Lifestyles Editor   
Tuesday, 11 February 2014 10:46
Chef Reggie Hall is ready to serve his creamy tomato bisque. (Photos: J.D. Pooley/Sentinel-Tribune)
PEMBERVILLE — It’s enough to warm your heart.
Hot soup and thoughtful neighbors are what Otterbein Portage Valley Lifestyle Community is combining during the month of February.
Reggie Hall, OPV’s executive chef, is at the center of a tasty community outreach project built around the popularity of his soups and the challenge that the record-setting winter of 2014 is presenting for Wood County area seniors.
Maybe they wouldn’t normally qualify as homebound, or maybe they would. But four- and five-foot snowdrifts combined with subzero temperatures are keeping a lot of older citizens stuck inside their dwellings in recent weeks, and the fun just keeps on coming, week after week.
In a creative response, every Friday during the month of February Otterbein Portage Valley has committed to deliver homemade soup to the homes of area seniors who call in advance.
“We did this last year, and it went real well,” noted Hall. “We want to reach the community as much as possible. They’re all part of us.”
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