Join Pioneer Works for a nourishing meal of locally-grown foods, featuring local chefs engaged in building community around wellness. Bring your own blanket or chair and enjoy a meal under the shade of Coffey Park’s tree canopy. Meals include vegetarian options, served with a beverage and a dessert. This edition of Community Lunch features Kit an’ Kin.
Roasted Chicken Thighs with Shado Beni Sauce with Ginger Tea Rice Pilaf, Market Salad
Curry Chickpea with Shado Beni Sauce with Ginger Tea Rice Pilaf, Market Salad
Toasted Coconut Sheet Cake
First come, first served. Social distancing will be practiced, and this event will adhere to CDC guidelines as they are updated.
About Kit an’ Kin
Kit an’ Kin organically grew from Anya’s desire to connect with her community on Caribbean heritage and culture. As a graduate of Culinary Institute of America, Anya looked no further than her parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles to continue her culinary education on the Trinidadian and Jamaican foods she lovingly ate growing up. The intergenerational exchange and stories passed down in the kitchen amidst roti clapping, stews simmering, and spices grinding became the inspiration and basis of Kit an’ Kin with Anya’s family at the helm. Kit an’ Kin operates as a culinary studio and catering kitchen with cultural programming, events, and soon-to-be online marketplace featuring homecooked meals, pepper sauce, art prints, and her debut children’s cookbook, Ackee & Saltfish. Kit an’ Kin continues to teach, document, and proudly represent Caribbeanness to the masses through food and storytelling. Follow their journey and #feastwiththefamily.
For more information about Kit an Kin visit www.kitankin.com