Stone Soup Community Kitchen Dinners
Stone Soup Community Kitchen dinners are held about once a month –when local farmers have produce (mostly in the spring, summer and fall). Those who gather at these Stone Soup suppers will work together to fix a meal that everybody shares. We try to use foods grown in the greater local area. Much of the food is gleaned from nearby farmers markets where the farmers donate their food so as to encourage cooking demonstrations of their foods everywhere. The dinners are FREE, but everybody who comes with the expectation to help fix the gleaned food and clean up after the meal. Donations are gratefully accepted. Even people who don’t know how to cook can help – we’ll all learn together. The Stone Soup dinners are held at different places around the city. That makes it easier for people from several parts of town to experience this event. We usually ask people to arrive and start to fix the food at 4pm–food is ready to eat around 6pm. Please check dates and exact times of the Stone Soup events at the bottom of this page when it becomes available.
The Big Picture
The meals are always tasty and memorable. The meals are absolutely open to the public.
Stone Soup’s goal is to create a supportive, inclusive community where everyone learns to cook with fresh, healthy food from a flourishing market of sustainable local farms. Much of the food comes from area farmers’ markets and local gardens collected on the day of the event. Please plan to arrive promptly at 4:00 pm and stay until the end. This is a full cooking experience from prep to clean up. Please RSVP (by the day before) to Nate Pederson at 502 299 9520 (cell )or email email@example.com
The next Stone Soup dinner is September 24th in Southern Louisville. For more information visit The Stone Soup Project