Cooks in Our Kitchen

On almost every Friday this spring, we welcome cooking classes to our kitchen. Princeton Adult School held two classes in February, and a mouth-watering array of menues will be prepare by five different cooks.  Prices range from $60 for one class to $130 or $170 for three classes — and of course you get to taste what you cook. Go to the “Get Exploring” section of

Greek Pastries and Savories, taught by Iphigenia Yiacas, March 10, 17, April 28

Cook Like a French Chef, taught by Virginie Cartier, March 31, April 7, April 21

Gefilte Fish Without Guilt,  taught by Ellen Goldblatt, March 24

Vegetarian Cooking with Whole Earth, with Melissa Printon, May 5.

Bibim Bop, taught by Inkyung (Anna) Yi, May 12

As the saying goes, “Nothing says lovin’ like somethin’ from the oven.”

Join the Kitchen Cohort!

Chef Ian Macdonald and Annie Wilcox cooked a scrumptious turkey dinner for Advent Night

Turkey and ham with all the trimmings  —  once again we feasted at an Advent Night dinner with Chef Ian Macdonald presiding. Thank you, Ian and Annie Wilcox, and all the helpers!

Now Ian offers to volunteer his expertise to help us make better use of the new kitchen that we all admire — from afar. Those who work with Cornerstone Community Kitchen know, but most of us don’t know how to use the equipment.

To be fully operational as a professional kitchen it needs certain items.

If you would like to help optimize the efficiency of our kitchen, and learn how to use it efficiently, the person to contact about volunteering is Jamie Gerber.  The first meeting is tentatively scheduled for Sunday, January 15 at noon.