Cooking together is about more than food

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Here, I can cook my food and I can teach others what I learned. (Cooking Up Community participant)

36 kitchens hosted in 2019

367 participants across kitchens

6 community agencies in partnership

Food’s about more than what’s on the plate. It’s also about who’s at the table and why they’ve come together. We believe that cooking and eating together holds power. The kind of power that connects folks and reduces social isolation.

FoodShare’s Community Kitchens are facilitated cooking workshops for small groups with the goal of strengthening bonds, building food skills and sharing a meal together. All workshops are opportunities for hands-on food preparation, with specific menus and goals in mind.

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Contact jade guthrie if you have any question about this program.

jade guthrie
Community Food Programs Coordinator
jade@foodshare.net

Program Lead

jade guthrie // Community Food Programs Coordinator

jade believes in the power of food as a meeting point – as a tool that creates space for people to come together. At FoodShare, jade's role as community kitchen facilitator gives her freedom to explore that space in relationship with communities across the city – cooking, preserving, eating, and learning together. jade develops and facilitates workshops with a few...see full bio