Communal ovens

I have been consumed by the upcoming move, so will not be writing as much until next week. And then it's a week in Maine, where I'll be totally offline.

Meanwhile, learn a little bit more about the importance of food in public spaces. Food is such a connector between people. This includes production and consumption.

The NYTimes writes about a Morrocan oven that is open to all.

But did you know that North America had its own version of such a thing? In Toronto, Jutta Mason sparked the revitalization of Dufferin Grove Park by building a community bread oven.

And for more tales of food, community and spaces, visit the Kitchen Sisters' show Hidden Kitchens.