And the Dish Ran away with the Spoon
toward good food
Loving Spoonful teaches healthy, affordable, easy – and delicious –
cooking in Community Kitchens programs, focussing on those who can’t
afford paid classes, but want to learn. 5- to 10-week series include:
Cooking with Families (what a hoot!)
Quick & Easy Cooking
Let's Start Cooking (focussed on individuals with intellectual disabilities)
Make & Take and more.
We also bring Community Kitchens to partnerships, to add to programs for:
mental health and social inclusion (Cooking Connections with Addictions & Mental Health Services and Queen's University),
poverty reduction (Circles Around the Table with Kingston Community Health Centres and the City of Kingston Ontario Works office),
street-involved young women (Take Back the Knife - in development with One Roof)
Indigneous youth (Cook Camera Action with Katarokwi Learning Centre)
Youth at Risk (with Youth Diversion and SNAP)
and more by creating safe spaces in the kitchen and dinner table for relationships to blossom that support both good food skills and other goals.
The Dish & the Spoon would learn some great recipes in our Community Kitchens workshops. Make them yourself -- here!
Be inspired by Loving Spoonful’s Community Kitchens programs here.
Dish & Spoon graphic by the one-and-only Kevin Merritt
Campaign by Malik Johnson, SLC Graphics student