March 9, 2017

Shared-Use Community Kitchen

 Out of the Garden Project’s shared-use community kitchen is open for business!

Have you ever thought of making money cooking or baking?

Do you have a family recipe that you think others would love as well?

Check out our shared use kitchen.

The kitchen is open to entrepreneurs interested in a part-time business making and marketing jams, jellies, vegetables, sauces, breads, etc. Out of the Garden Project (OOTGP) is especially hoping to create an opportunity for those in low income areas to find a way of helping their situation by using our community kitchen at 3910 Clifton Road. We are hoping to find some new food entrepreneurs who may not have considered selling their product at the Greensboro Farmer’s Market or once a month at our Clifton Road location.

Our multi-organization partnership specifically continues to expand working to help those in poverty, as well as the funding for the community kitchen provided through a USDA grant.

Everyone who uses the kitchen must be certified through a Safe Plate class. The classes are offered at the Cooperative Extension Office.

For more information about the kitchen, contact our Community Kitchen Coordinator Candice Bangham using the form below, or call 336.430.6070 ext. 3 (you may also call to schedule a tour). To apply or find out more about our partnership, please visit https://www.kitchenconnectsgso.com/

  • Applications are due April 23rd by 5pm

In the News

We were lucky enough to have the opening of our kitchen covered by FOX8. Click here to see the fully story.

“Wolf Daddy Pimento Cheese joins the pack!” We are excited to announce our first kitchen users who are producing high quality pimento cheese. Visit their website to find out how they grew to be food entrepreneurs or how to get some pimento cheese! Pimento Cheese Cooking Demo