After being furloughed she has become "the lasagna lady" and here's why

A furloughed woman is now known as the "Lasagna Lady" for cooking free meals for first responders and friends. When Michelle Brenner lost her job because of the pandemic, she decided to use her extra time and a family lasagna recipe to create a free food movement in her Washington community. So far, she has made more than 1,275 pans of lasagna for friends, neighbors, first responders, and anyone in need of a good fresh meal -- without charging anyone. She even used her $1,200-stimulus check buy ingredients

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