Tuesday, July 13, 2010

What Do You Want to Know About Community Supported Kitchens?

I'm interviewing Jessica Prentice, co-owner of the community supported kitchen, Three Stone Hearth, and author of Full Moon Feast: Food and the Hunger for Connection, this weekend for the Big Vision Podcast, and Have Fun, Do Good.

Do you have any questions you'd like me to ask her about community supported kitchens? If you so, let me know in the comments by Saturday morning.

You can learn more about CSKs here:

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  1. Hi Britt - I am wondering if Three Stoned Hearth or other community kitchens offer technical assistance (in kind or through grant-funded subcontracts) to other microentrepreneurs who want to start something similar.

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  3. Christine - I asked Jessica about your question, and they are going to be doing some trainings for people who want to start CSKs. Sounds like their website is getting, updated so keep your eyes there for news about it.


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