Sustainable NE Seattle

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Community Kitchen

A place to organize food events and cook together activities for NE Seattle.

Location: North East Seattle, WA
Members: 64
Latest Activity: May 18, 2017

VIDEO: Julia Child on good cooking.  What makes a good chef?

Discussion Forum

Materials for the HandsOn Skills Fair 2 Replies

Hi Kitchen!I wanted to ask if it would be possible to borrow some measuring cups for the class I'm teaching at the Skills Fair this Saturday (2-9-13). My class is at the Meadowbrook Community Center…Continue

Started by Patrick Linder. Last reply by Patrick Linder Feb 8, 2013.

Introduction 2 Replies

Hello community kitcheners!Well, this is it. I am diving in and officially joining a SusNE guild! Community kitchen seems like a good one to start with, as I am looking for folks who are interested…Continue

Started by Joyce LeCompte-Mastenbrook. Last reply by Aylee Welch Oct 14, 2012.

April 10th shelter meal wrap-up

Nancy G. planned, organized and was lead cook for the delicious meal on April 10th. It was a great success: helping out were students from Nathan Hale High working on their AOC–Authors of…Continue

Started by Deb Apr 11, 2011.

Shelter/Tent City 3 meal of Jan. 20 wrap-up

Thanks everyone who made the success of the shelter/TC3 meal this past Sunday possible. We had at least 25 volunteers. It was very much appreciated and enjoyed by all of 80 or so people we served.…Continue

Started by Deb Jan 17, 2011.

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Comment by Aylee Welch on October 14, 2012 at 10:40pm

Great video Brooke, thanks!

Comment by Brooke Richardson on October 14, 2012 at 5:48pm

This video celebrates good cooking....

Comment by Karen Silverman on September 22, 2010 at 4:54pm
Actually I meant to put this here....I really enjoyed helping out at Maple Leaf on Sep 19th and plan to do so count me in!
Comment by Joann Kerr on February 26, 2010 at 8:51am
I third that (is that an expression?) I enjoyed all aspects of the evening, especially watching my high school age son interact with the attendees and later commenting on what a great group of people with good attitudes despite their present situation. He wants to continue getting to know them.
Comment by Susan Gregory on February 25, 2010 at 8:06am
I second that! I just loved the whole thing- from scurrying around in the kitchen with all of the cooks to sitting down to dinner with people I hadn't met before, and who I would never had met if not for this event.
Comment by Jacqueline Higgins-Rosebrook on February 24, 2010 at 11:12pm
Just wanted to mention how much fun I had last night at the chili dinner at Maple Leaf Lutheran Church. What a terrific program they have there for homeless people! I met several people who were giving their all to educate themselves, gain a skill, get their life back in order and build a future. Several were interested in what we do and many of them jumped in on the cleanup and offered to help next time. And - the food was delicious, absolutely delicious.
Comment by Lee LaCroix on January 23, 2010 at 3:01pm
I'm having a meeting at my house tomorrow night to begin planning our monthly community feeds at the Maple Leaf Church, like the lasagna dinner. Please come and lend your great idea. My address is 9813 19th Ave NE and phone is 524-5620. We'll meet at 7:00. I'll provide dessert. Lee
Comment by Jacqueline Higgins-Rosebrook on January 22, 2010 at 3:34pm
I'd be really interested in hosting cooking events as long as they don't include the flesh of anything with a voice. I have a huge kitchen/dining area and back deck.
Comment by Rebecca Thomas Einhorn on December 14, 2009 at 4:55pm
Hi Folks-

Wow, thanks for all the fun cheesemaking! And now I have all the "cheesy" jokes to go with it!
Lee, I think I left my maroon sweater at your place. I'm not sure if I'll make it to this Thursday's meeting, but hopefully I'll see you at a meeting soon. I live on the same block with Leo, so if you see him first, I bet he'd be willing to pass it on to me too.

Comment by Susan Gregory on November 23, 2009 at 3:25pm
I have the book and the stuff to make mozzarella and ricotta. You just need milk that isn't ultra pasteurized. I haven't tried it yet, but I want to! Are any of you free during the day? We could just use my kitchen- less complicated than getting the church. Susan

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