Plenty of mouths are watering this Dyngus Day since the Food Bank of Northern Indiana opened its doors very early to feed the hundreds of people who stood in line for pancakes and eggs.
Dyngus Day celebrates the end of lent and plenty of politicians and members of the community gathered together to chat and feast on popular polish dishes.
Around 6-hundred pounds of polish sausage will be served today.
Indiana representative Joe Donnelly says, “I think it's an amazing thing because every single pound will be consumed.”
“When you get down to the bottom line, its people helping people and just networking a loving each other,” says Dennis Brown of the Indiana Food Bank.
Along with sausage hard boiled eggs, noodles, and cabbage, are all Dyngus Day dishes.