Posted by Hamish Gray on 10 October 2014 I Tags: Links
A Community Kitchen is a group of like-minded individuals who come together on a regular basis to socialise and cook affordable and nutritious meals. The participants then sit down to share the meal or divide it up for each person to take home. Through buying and cooking in bulk, many Kitchens are able to produce meals at a lower cost than individuals who cook at home for themselves.
The Community Kitchens are owned and driven by the participants. They make all the decisions about the running of the group including how often the group meets and what they will be cooking. Community Kitchens are for everybody in the community and people from many different walks of life attend.