Inverell's Community Kitchen volunteers are encouraging locals looking for a social lunch to drop by on Tuesday.
The volunteer-run initiative, supported by Inverell Shire Council and Uniting Church, has been going strong for 11 years providing delicious meals to the community.
Chef Bill Floyd said numbers had dropped but invited anyone after a quality meal and good company to attend.
"Anybody can come, basically all we ask for is $7 from those who can afford it- those who can't we don't ask."
On the menu this week was honey chicken with stir-fry vegetables and an apricot cake and custard for dessert.
"We're definitely not a soup kitchen. We do some really yummy, healthy meals for absolutely everyone," he said.
Known for singing a fantastic 'Happy Birthday' and providing a knock-out three course Christmas luncheon, the community kitchen is based out of the Uniting Church Hall.
"We always sing happy birthday and we even celebrated an eighth wedding anniversary last week. We get quite a few younger people during the school holidays too."
With a core group of 14 volunteers, the kitchen has a real sense of community as you walk through the doors.
Bill said many who attend don't have family, find themselves alone often and attend for the social aspect.
"We also have McLean Care and a fair few disability services that come down. We cater for all people and try to fill in and help where we can.
"Lately four of our lady volunteers have been cooking for the Blaze Aid camp at the showground every Friday."
The group also delivers meals to Cooinda Retirement Community and caters for the Black Dog Ball in Bingara.
"We're able to run with the support of the Uniting Church, the local council and our volunteers."
A few of the many volunteers include Bill Floyd, Kim Laidlaw, Tony and Laurel King, Jelna and Merv Hixon, Bill, Marg and Peter Bottom, Steve and Dawn Hobday, Kayleen Lawlor and Ellie Hargraves.
To find out more head to the Uniting Church Hall (white building located beside the church) every Tuesday from 11.30am.