After dining on choice, home-cooked eats at Zuccotti Park last week, the secret to the protests' delicious menu may be as simple as finding a kitchen to cook in. Collette McLafferty, who lives on Rivington Street in the Lower East Side, has offered up the kitchen to protesters three times to cook for 300 people. "I may not be a millionaire, but I do have a valuable resource to offer, which is my kitchen," she tells the Post. The paper describes the dishes as food "that would make a meat-loving Wall Street banker cringe," but that's only because Wall Street bankers drink the blood of unsuspecting livestock.

The food itself is donated and in abundance; so much so that the protesters are looking for a commercial kitchen to cook in. "About five days ago they got a huge donation of organic vegetables. It took four of us to carry all the boxes," McLafferty says. Recent dishes include roasted potatoes and stir-fried kale, and baked beans with brown rice and peppers. In exchange for her support, McLafferty gets free meals. "I was surprised by how flavorful it was. A lot of garlic, a lot of it was on par with something I'd order in a restaurant." Maybe, #OccupyPerSe?