Cooking for the Community at San Francisco’s La Cocina

triple punditJuly 24, 2009 — In La Cocina’s large, commercial kitchen, three women joke with each other, their laughter amplified by the room’s high ceilings and brushed steel fixtures. They carefully dust powdered sugar on a fresh batch of alfajores, pastry-style cookies filled with dulce de leche, a caramel-like filling made from heated milk. Preparing for an upcoming local farmer’s market, these women are part of one of the 22 small food businesses that work with the self-proclaimed “incubator kitchen” located in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District. Read more

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