Showing posts with label vegan cooking. Show all posts
Showing posts with label vegan cooking. Show all posts

Wednesday, August 1, 2012

Harbourside Kitchen — Help Wanted!

Harbourside Kitchen began as a group of people cooking food down at the Occupy camp at Harbourside Park. The original intention was not to subvert the corporate food system, but mainly to put food in their hungry bellies on donated food items. The working group, after The Great Eviction, has become a nomadic tribe of renegade vegan cooks intent on cooking together and giving it away for free together (a la Food Not Bombs, it seems). They are looking for like-minded people to join them in their outdoor cooking adventures.

From their blog:

So a large percentage of the Harbourside Kitchen crew will be moving out of province in the near future, and we'll likely be without a CEO, health inspector and eventually a groundskeeper.

Are you interested in any of the following things?

  • Putting a bunch of ingredients on a table and saying "...It's done!"
  • Taking naps in the afternoon.
  • Storing a propane tank.
  • Taking naps in the afternoon. 
  • Being part of some inside jokes. 
  • Being a super cool punk rocker.
  • Not appearing in photos.
  • Taking naps in the afternoon.
  • Cooking for people and doing it outside.
 If you'd like to quickly move up the ranks in a fast-growing corporation that is concerned with synergy and capitalism or synergies in capitalism, you can go [insert profanity of choice here] yourself.

If you're not interested in that sort of thing, then you might want to consider applying for a highly taxing position with Harbourside Kitchen. You can , leave a comment on this post, or talk to us when we're cooking (next excursion will be Thursday 12:30-3 pm, corner of George and Water) or if you happen to recognize us on the street! 

~Next cooking adventure is Thursday Aug 2nd, from 12:30-3:30 pm.~

Friday, May 25, 2012

Harbourside Kitchen Zine #2


Those of us involved with the Harbourside Kitchen Zine put together a second issue -- 'eviction edition extravaganza' -- which was both completed and distributed on May 10th, in time for the eviction show at Harbourside Park.

This issue contains more words, more recipes, a comic, a corrected-yet-hilarious typo that only three or four of us know about, and the potential for a knitting group to start! As an added bonus, the cover of this issue is the eviction notice.

If you'd like to read the zine online, you can certainly do that. If you'd like to print your own copy, you can do that too. If you'd like a copy that you don't have to assemble yourself, we have some copies left (and the ability to get more). Come visit us the next time we're cooking (check the blog!) and we'll gladly give you a copy. And I'm sure we'd be willing to send you a copy of it by mail if you contact us by e-mail and provide the necessary details.

...We would also appreciate it if you would light our stove for us.

From the kitchen with love,

Harbourside Kitchen

Friday, May 4, 2012

Harbourside Kitchen Zine

For OccupyNL's May Day celebration, Harbourside Kitchen somehow managed to complete a zine. It contains some recipes, an essay about Occupy in relation to food sovereignty, and a brief list of local collectives and food groups, as well as a list of free/pay-what-you-can vegan kitchens at universities across Canada.

You can read it online or print it yourself. If you'd like a printed copy but for whatever reason you're unable to print it, please contact Harbourside Kitchen by , by leaving a comment on this post, or by yelling out to us if you happen to see us around the city. We'll see what we can do for you!

Until next time,

Harbourside Kitchen

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