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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

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

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=80ZrUI7RNfI

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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 Susan Gregory on October 20, 2009 at 1:37pm
I'm definitely interested!
Comment by Sue McGann on October 20, 2009 at 1:33pm
John here.. yes I'd be very interested in this. I am a newbie - no brewing experience - but have wanted to learn for some time now..
Comment by Rebecca Thomas Einhorn on October 20, 2009 at 1:07pm
Hey, I was thinking about doing a small beer-brewing event at my place sometime in the next few months. My husband and I used to brew a lot of beer, but got out of the habit. I thought it would be fun to have folks over, rehash techniques with any experienced brewers, and invite any would-be brewers to check out how much fun it can be. Is there any interest in this kind of thing?
Comment by Brooke Richardson on October 15, 2009 at 9:55am
So

Does anyone have a peel? It's a large flat thing with a handle for sliding the pizza into the oven.
Comment by Brooke Richardson on October 15, 2009 at 9:53am
Pizza event, yes!
Comment by Susan Gregory on October 15, 2009 at 8:31am
Hi Brooke-

I'm going over to the Waldorf School today, do you want me to ask TIm about using the pizza oven for a cooking event? I keep thinking about this idea and wanting to see it happen. How are you? Will you be able to come to the meeting on Thursday?
Comment by Susan Gregory on September 27, 2009 at 10:40pm
Brooke-
I'm so glad you created this group...looking forward to doing more cooking together!

Susan
Comment by Tina Nelson Fukumoto on September 27, 2009 at 10:41am
Years ago I had a small publication called beyond blackberries that gave locations of various fruit & nut trees, berries etc... on public land for foraging. Does anyone know of this? is there an updated version? I hate to see fresh food go to waste when I can can anything.
Comment by Phinney City Fruit on September 22, 2009 at 5:11pm
Join us for a jam making class!

Phinney Canning Class - Learn to make jam!

When: October 11, 2:30 to 5 pm

Where: Greenwood Senior Center, 525 N. 85th St.

Cost: $25

Participants will learn how to make jam using Italian prune plums. Each participant will go home with at least a jar of plum jam prepared during the class. Plums, jars and all other supplies are provided.

Please contact Jen Mullen at phinney@cityfruit.org to reserve your spot. We can accommodate a maximum of ten people.

This project is sponsored by the Phinney harvest of City Fruit, which is funded in part by a Neighborhood Matching Fund award from the City of Seattle, Department of Neighborhoods.

Any proceeds from the entrance fee will go toward funding the future of the Phinney harvest, which collects unwanted fruit from trees in the neighborhood and donates it to nearby organizations like the Greenwood Food Bank and Silvercrest Senior Housing.
 

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