Things are Cookin’ at Wallingford Community Kitchen (241)

pm241_600One night a month, join your neighbors to cook up a meal. Eat together and take some home.

We had great fun at this 2010 community kitchen in the Wallingford neighborhood of Seattle. Coordinator Rachel Duboff and Kathleen Cromp of the Community Kitchens Northwest steering committee tell about people learning new ways to eat and cook healthily, share resources, and collaborate while building community.

The city boasts about a dozen neighborhood community kitchens, each with a unique flavor suited to its members. Create your own: they offer inspiring stories, tips and logistics to get you started. Episode 241.[].

Watch video | Audio | iTunes | Janaia’s journal: Cooking with your Neighbors at Wallingford Community Kitchen


  1. From early spring through mid-summer is really a
    period called the hungry season in areas of Zimbabwe.
    That is a time period when food within the prior season’s crops is flowing precariously reduced andbut new crops aren’t prepared to
    generate their harvesting.
    Throughout this urgent hunger period, Planet Aid and DAPP Zimbabwe have been offering high-protein
    food to those who’re involved in development programs that assist them go up from povertypoor.

    The meals supply an important boost to these people, encouraging them in continuing to cultivate within a helpless period.

    Approximately 35 percent of all kids in Zimbabwe endure stunted growth, 2 percent are malnourished, and 16 percent are under a healthy weight.
    Zimbabwe ranks among the top 10 highest HIV incidence
    countries on the planet. HIV has left approximately one million children orphaned, which represents 25 percent of all children
    in the country. The HIV/AIDS death toll is made worse
    when families cannot afford food, medicine, treatment or transportation to medical facilities.

    By providing the most vulnerable individuals of individuals with
    a high-protein soup mix, Planet Aid seeks to increase remarkable ability to face
    the consequences of food insecurity. People coping with AIDS
    will manage to benefit from a balanced, diversified diet,
    making an effort to boost their immune systems.
    Beneficiaries are anticipated to get weight and kids are anticipated to get increased intellectual ability.

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