Jonathan Segol

Over his years volunteering at the Sanctuary, Jonathan has gradually directed his energies more and more into cooking; whether for pot lucks, visiting bands, or for folks working here during the week.  Besides the good vibes, hospitality, etc. he seems to be eating healthier too.

Making twice-baked potatoes this afternoon.  A surplus of potatoes this week.  And several folks coming through all afternoon. 1) Bake potatoes for one hour 2) Scoop out insides of potatoes  3) Mash them with spinach, Greek yogurt, mozzarella cheese, parmesan cheese, salt, pepper  4) bake another 15-20 min.  5) We all eat comfort food.  


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