Fourth Annual Citrus Tasting

Join Working Food at First Magnitude Brewery for our Fourth Annual Citrus Tasting event! Tickets will be available to purchase in advance here or at the door for $20, $5 for kids. Your ticket will allow you to taste a variety of citrus from North Florida, sample delicious recipes featuring the local citrus, and enjoy a specially paired beer from First Magnitude. There will also be live music,...

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Open House and Community Art Project

Please join us for a #352creates #createinplace art project to help us beautify our space! Come see our updated space with the new patio and beautiful courtyard and enjoy some light refreshments as we reveal our kitchen design and discuss our plans for the future. Saturday, December 9th from...

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Working Food Community Center

Forage has joined forces with Blue Oven Kitchens, merging in to one effective non-profit organization under one roof. Forage + Blue Oven Kitchens = Working Food.  We are located at 219 NW 10th Ave. in the old Powell’s Plaza. We’re across from the new brewery, Cypress and Grove and just down the street from Bread of the Mighty Food Bank. There’s also a new brunch restaurant, Afternoon,...

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Sunday Series- Fall Harvest Dinner

Working Food Sunday Series – Fall Harvest Dinner in partnership with the Farm Kitchen Collective Join us Sunday, October 22nd from 5:30-8pm at the Working Food Community Center, 219 NW 10th Ave. Join Working Food for a fresh, farm-to-table meal featuring the best of what our local farms have to offer!  You will also get a sneak peak of our kitchen incubator progress and learn more about...

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Fall & Winter Seeds!

We’ve finally gone through our wish list and our mounds of saved seed to bring you this fall’s line up of garden seeds! It’s hard but rewarding work all year growing for seed. We are so very grateful to our partners at the Farm to School to Work program, and our dedicated volunteers that help us maintain the gardens, harvest, clean and package seeds! An offshoot of that...

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