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Food Community Kitchen

When I go to Trader Joe’s I can’t not purchase the Elote Corn Dippers, that are just like the best chip of all time. They’re like a mixture between a Frito and a Cool Ranch Dorito. I’m probably not a cocktail-while-I-cook particular person, I just love the custom of opening a bottle of wine with somebody. Maybe this is too much, but a bottle of wine kind of seems like the right quantity of wine for two individuals for a night.

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‎food Community Kitchen On The App Retailer

“Binging with Babish” focuses on adapting meals from popular culture, which sounds fluffy but is surprisingly dense with useful cooking data. His take on Spaghetti Carbonara from “Master of None,” for example, demonstrates tips on how to make pasta from scratch, among many different useful methods. The title host and creator of the sequence, McConnell earned viral fame for her phenomenally ornate, goth-influenced creations, from wondrous sugary concoctions to her equally impressive residence transformations. From the tentacled creature in McConnell’s fridge to the trendy ghost in her mirror McConnell’s house is a wonderland of weirdness. And not to be dramatic, … Read More

Bridge launches Community Kitchen incubator for budding chefs

Bridge launches Community Kitchen incubator for budding chefs
Photo contributed.

By Kathy Chouteau

Amid pandemic-driven restaurant closures devastating food businesses and the communities they serve, the Bridge Commissary Kitchen at Richmond’s Bridge Storage and ArtSpace is launching a new venture aimed at lending chefs a helping hand.

The new program—called the Bridge Community Kitchen—is a food hall-style incubator for budding chefs so that they can gain entry into the retail food sales market at an approachable price point, according to Bridge Operating Partner Phillip Mitchell.

As part of the initiative, Mitchell is negotiating one-year leases with the landlords of empty restaurant spaces in Richmond, the East Bay, San

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Community Kitchen coming to downtown Yuma

News 11’s Adonis Albright speaks with the people behind the project to learn more

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY) – Sam Guerrero is no stranger to advocating for Yuma’s youth.

An educator by trade, he has always had an affinity for teaching. Now, he’s looking to cultivate that passion by opening up the Alice and John Baca Community Kitchen.

The community kitchen will teach culinary skills and the restaurant industry’s ropes to the youth by experienced industry leaders and community members, all to make a difference.

Cafecito, a local business in downtown Yuma, agreed to be the site partners and opened

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Tragedy strikes dining community again with loss of chef Michael Paske

Last year, he helped his old partners at Cafe 7, Jimmy Mays, Chris Kana, and Stephanie Miller, open The Hamilton Supperette and Lounge in Northpark Mall. Most recently, he’d joined the brigade at chef Olivier Bouzzerand’s Fait Maison in Edmond.

Chef Michael Paske passed away at the age of 40 on Thursday. [Dave Cathey/The Oklahoman]
Chef Michael Paske passed away at the age of 40 on Thursday. [Dave Cathey/The Oklahoman]

Paske was a beloved member of the local diningscape, always first to volunteer. One of the great joys I’ve had from my perch just high enough to observe the inner workings of the industry has been watching Paske evolve from a nervous kid slinging spaghetti

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