Commercial Community Kitchens: Trending Now

by Sarah Henry on February 19, 2013 · 0 comments

in baking,edible east bay magazine,food businesses,food security,restaurants,street food

Cover art: Cristian Guerrero

In my cover story for Edible East Bay‘s Spring issue, I report on the phenomenon of commercial kitchens with a community-minded focus popping up in my neck of the woods. There’s a seemingly endless demand for made-from-scratch prepared goodies, and no shortage of budding edible entrepreneurs wanting to craft a business with a particular food focus. So sharing kitchen quarters — along with ideas, creativity, and resources — makes a lot of sense.

Read about three spaces — Oakland Kitchener, The Berkeley Kitchens, and Crossroads Cafe Collective –  each with its own flavor, audience, and sense of mission in the magazine’s pages, available online here.

And a shout out to the talented artists in this issue: Cristian Guerrero for his vivid cover image and photog Nicki Rosario for capturing the energy and enthusiasm in these kitchens.

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