The Connecticut Department of Public Health cited a St. Vincent de Paul Soup Kitchen because it was feeding people with “some donated food served on site is not prepared in licensed kitchens.”  Like most charitable organizations that feed the poor, some of the food given away by the soup kitchen was prepared and donated by people who just want to help.  It’s these people who are the “unlicensed kitchens.”  The government is threatening to shut down the soup kitchen.