ShareKitchen Cathedral City officially opened our doors to a packed house last Thursday October 4th at 5pm. The standing room only event drew a vibrant mix of well wishers, city officials, residents, neighboring businesses and many curious and aspiring culinary entrepreneurs.
After an introductory toast by Co-Founder Haddon Libby, Cathedral City Council Member and ShareKitchen supporter Greg Pettis and Founder Angela Janus cut a bright red ribbon in front of the double door entrance to the ShareKitchen Workshop and Creativity Center with a brilliant pair of giant scissors provided by Lynn Mallotto of the Cathedral City Chamber of Commerce. Bubbly beverages flowed as the reception opened featuring ShareKitchen client members Chad Gardner of Dash and a Handful Catering who prepared Lemongrass Meatballs poached in a Coconut Milk Broth and Jingle Bell Peppers with Roasted Red Pepper Hummus. Justin and Kelly Bishop sampled their NO KA ‘OI Ginger Sauce, ShareKitchen Signature Tuxedo Shortbread Cookies were hand crafted by Lisa Provenza of The Cookie Boutique and a sampling of farm fresh produce picked the morning of the event was given away to guests as a thank you by Christopher Rossom of Ruby Dee Farms.
ShareKitchen extends a heartfelt Thank You to supporters who attended the event and everyone who helped make this special place a reality including Cathedral City Manager Donald E. Bradley, the Community Urban Revitalization Corporation, City Council, the entire Staff at Cathedral City Hall, ShareKitchen Board Members Diane Blasdel, Ty Peabody, Michelle Skiljian of the CVWBC, Jerry Prendergast and Gregg Golem, Sam Tachasooksaree of Heimark, ShareKitchen’s fabulous photographer Scott Campbell of Scott Campbell Photography, Raulie Treadway of Chef’s Toys, and the publishers at CV Weekly who have graciously supported us from the beginning. Many, many more people helped us create this place of opportunity and we can’t thank you all enough.

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