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Lynne Ranew Mertins

Director of Food Services, Departments

Porterfield Memorial United Methodist Church

HQ Phone: (229) 436-6336

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Porterfield Church

Porterfield Memorial United Methodist Church

2200 Dawson Road

Albany, Georgia 31707

United States

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Porter-field United Methodist Church

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About Lynne Mertins

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Lynne Ranew Mertins 2200 Dawson Rd. Albany, GA 31707 229-436-6336 (P)
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Lynne Ranew Mertins, Director of Food Services
Departments
Support Staff, Porterfield Methodist Church


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About Lynne Mertins

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Lynne Ranew Mertins 2200 Dawson Rd. Albany, GA 31707 229-436-6336 (P)
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Lynne Ranew Mertins, Director of Food Services
Departments
Support Staff, Porterfield Methodist Church


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Lynne Mertins, 2200 Dawson Rd., Albany, GA 31707 Phone: 229-436-6336 Email: info@porterfieldchurch.org


Cook of the Week: Lynne ...

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Cook of the Week: Lynne Ranew-Mertins

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Lynne Ranew-Mertins sometimes dreads the holiday season.
Not because she doesn't enjoy spending time with her family or going Christmas shopping, it's just she rarely has time to because her catering services are so high in demand.
"It starts around Thanksgiving and goes right on to about the 29th of December," the Albany native explained.
Lynne Ranew-Mertins Catering LLC is booked solid throughout the entire holiday season, hosting events every day for a month except Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and the day after Christmas.
For 30 years, Ranew-Mertins has catered for people all over Southwest Georgia, and for the last five years, she has used the Shackelford House as a venue for those who don't want to use their own house or have to decorate.
"Larry Walden called and said he wanted me to be the one that handled anyone who wanted to use the house for anything, so I moved in," she said.
Since then, Ranew-Mertins has decorated and redecorated the house the suit the needs of the guests.
"You can make the house look totally different.That's the challenge that I like, making every event look different from the other so the guests can't say, 'Oh, I've seen that before,' " Ranew-Mertins said.
She also takes pride in decorating the food as well, garnishing it with fruit to make it look as good as it will taste.
"I love the presentation," she said.
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Ranew-Mertins said so far she already has several spring weddings booked for next year.
"It's a kind of business when you're real busy sometimes and then you're not busy and then you're back busy again," she said."But you can set your schedule like you want it."
Ranew-Mertins has a reputation for being the go-to person for recipes or for a meal for a large gathering having served as food service director at Porterfield Memorial United Methodist Church for 17 years.
She usually serves about 400 people every Wednesday for dinner at the church.But having a reputation as a good cook has its downfalls.Ranew-Mertins said people are too intimidated by her cooking to ever want to cook for her.
"People say, 'We don't want to cook for you,' " she said.


Cook of the Week: Lynne ...

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Cook of the Week: Lynne Ranew-Mertins

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Lynne Ranew-Mertins sometimes dreads the holiday season.
Not because she doesn't enjoy spending time with her family or going Christmas shopping, it's just she rarely has time to because her catering services are so high in demand.
"It starts around Thanksgiving and goes right on to about the 29th of December," the Albany native explained.
Lynne Ranew-Mertins Catering LLC is booked solid throughout the entire holiday season, hosting events every day for a month except Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and the day after Christmas.
For 30 years, Ranew-Mertins has catered for people all over Southwest Georgia, and for the last five years, she has used the Shackelford House as a venue for those who don't want to use their own house or have to decorate.
"Larry Walden called and said he wanted me to be the one that handled anyone who wanted to use the house for anything, so I moved in," she said.
Since then, Ranew-Mertins has decorated and redecorated the house the suit the needs of the guests.
"You can make the house look totally different.That's the challenge that I like, making every event look different from the other so the guests can't say, 'Oh, I've seen that before,' " Ranew-Mertins said.
She also takes pride in decorating the food as well, garnishing it with fruit to make it look as good as it will taste.
"I love the presentation," she said.
...
Ranew-Mertins said so far she already has several spring weddings booked for next year.
"It's a kind of business when you're real busy sometimes and then you're not busy and then you're back busy again," she said."But you can set your schedule like you want it."
Ranew-Mertins has a reputation for being the go-to person for recipes or for a meal for a large gathering having served as food service director at Porterfield Memorial United Methodist Church for 17 years.
She usually serves about 400 people every Wednesday for dinner at the church.But having a reputation as a good cook has its downfalls.Ranew-Mertins said people are too intimidated by her cooking to ever want to cook for her.
"People say, 'We don't want to cook for you,' " she said.

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