Loving Spoonful’s Community Kitchen programs convene people around good food. Children, families and adults learn healthy food skills and build community. They also tackle some of life's most difficult problems including mental illness, social isolation, street involvement and poverty. As you know, good food brings people together, so building programming around good food is only common sense.
We collaborate with partners across the City to ensure that our programs are dynamic and tailored to the unique needs of our community. Different programs run at different times.
Here is what is currently running:
Want to get involved in, or learn more about, our Community Kitchens?
Thank you to our supporters:
"After taking part in this program, I feel confident to start cooking for myself at home again. Thank you!"
PARTICIPANT, "LET'S START COOKING"
"I was in the Cardiac Rehab program at Hotel Dieu when heard about 'Manly Meals'. I immediately enrolled with the goals of getting off my butt, meeting new people, and learning that there's more to nutrition than salt, fat and sugar. It proved to be a valuable experience. Those five Thursdays demystified the kitchen for me. And along the way, I was introduced to a wider range of food items, notably vegetables, than I ever thought I could stomach. My great many thanks to Loving Spoonful for offering 'Manly Meals' and to chef Allan Watt for being such a warm and patient instructor."
PARTICIPANT, "MANLY MEALS"