In the Food & Friends kitchen, volunteers prepare food for the home-bound this holiday.
Garlic and spice fill the air, and Ellen Fingerman is wrapping turkeys in tinfoil, just like she has for the past eight years.
"We started at about 5 o'clock, and we'll keep going until all the birds have been pleasantly gift-wrapped," she says.
These Thanksgiving birds are headed for people who are seriously ill, often with HIV/AIDS or cancer.
"Holidays are very tough for people who are ill, and the recession has had an impact on a lot of our clients," says Food & Friends Director Craig Sniderman.
He says they'll deliver 3,500 meals by the afternoon.
"Turkey, trimming, stuffing, beans rolls pies -- the works. It's about 4.5 tons of holiday feast," he says.
Volunteers are welcome all year round.