The Hidden Kitchen

The Hidden Kitchen

An Unexpected Kitchen: The George Foreman Grill Sometimes life without a kitchen leads to the most unexpected hidden kitchen of all. A story of life without a kitchen, how immigrants and homeless people without official kitchens use The George Foreman Grill, hidden crock pots, and secret hot plates to make a meal and a home. Featuring an interview with boxing champion and grill-master, George Foreman.
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The Hidden Kitchen

Hidden Kitchen MKE Food is at the heart of our business. We believe that our menus speak for themselves, showcasing the finest ingredients and catering expertise for a truly remarkable dining experience at your event. We believe in understanding where our ingredients come from and take pride in knowing all of our suppliers personally. » Learn More Catering & Mobile Kitchen We’re not just any catering company we’re passionate about delivivering food to spice up your event. We’ll add taste, creativity and innovation to your bespoke menu to ensure that it’s truly individual. The Hidden Kitchen MKE team can do anything; from dinner for two to events for hundreds. So please get in touch, we’d love to come and meet you. We believe you’ll be Impressed. » Learn More
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The Hidden Kitchen

The Cab Yard Kitchen Many Kitchen Sisters stories are born in taxi cabs. Hidden Kitchens was conceived in the back of a Yellow. Each time The Kitchen Sisters took a cab in San Francisco they noticed the driver was from Brazil, specifically the same town in Brazil, Goiânia. Cab ride conversations led to talk of music and food. That’s when the story of Janete emerged, a woman from their same hometown who came every day after dark to the industrial street outside the cab yard and set up a makeshift, rolling, Brazilian night kitchen.
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The Forager; Hunting and Gathering with Angelo Garro Sometimes it’s the kitchen that’s hidden. Sometimes, it’s the food itself. Blacksmith, Angelo Garro forges and forages, recreating in wrought iron and in cooking the life he left behind in Sicily. The Kitchen Sisters join Garro along the coast of Northern California as he follows the seasons, harvesting the wild for his kitchen and his friends.
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Hidden Kitchens: The Raw & The Cooked An hour-long journey into the world of clandestine cooking, kitchen rituals and traditions. Tales of kitchens that suddenly pop up, kitchens that stay underground to survive, kitchens that are the keepers of a culture. Cooking traditions that spring from the most unlikely moments of history. Hosted by Academy Award-winning actress, Frances McDormand.
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The Hidden Kitchen is a family restaurant. They serve breakfast and lunch. Food is amazing as well as the staff. I wish they would serve dinner, I wouldn't have to cook anymore. If you haven't been there, you better put it on your list. If you love breakfast you won't find anything better!!!
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Frank G North Branford, Connecticut Level Contributor 26 reviews 19 restaurant reviews 5 helpful votes “Hidden Kitchen” Reviewed March 14, 2017 Open for breakfast and lunch. Make their own hash, but not always available. I was disappointed with the hash, but told by others that it is usually exceptional. Food is very good, but wish that the prices were a little lower. Helpful? Thank Frank G Report
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“Hidden Kitchen” Reviewed March 14, 2017 Open for breakfast and lunch. Make their own hash, but not always available. I was disappointed with the hash, but told by others that it is usually exceptional. Food is very good, but wish that the prices were a little lower. Helpful? Thank Frank G Report
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carmelcas North Branford, Connecticut 1 review “Big Breakfast” Reviewed February 14, 2017 The Hidden Kitchen is a family restaurant. They serve breakfast and lunch. Food is amazing as well as the staff. I wish they would serve dinner, I wouldn't have to cook anymore. If you haven't been there, you better put it on your list. If you love breakfast you won't find anything better!!! Helpful? Thank carmelcas Report
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“Big Breakfast” Reviewed February 14, 2017 The Hidden Kitchen is a family restaurant. They serve breakfast and lunch. Food is amazing as well as the staff. I wish they would serve dinner, I wouldn't have to cook anymore. If you haven't been there, you better put it on your list. If you love breakfast you won't find anything better!!! Helpful? Thank carmelcas Report
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Book many weeks in advance for a seat at this fantastic table d’hotes, run by a young American couple in their apartment near Palais Royal. 100€ for ten courses, including bubbly and wine pairings. OCTOBER 2011: Hidden Kitchen is now closed, but you can find the pair at their new venture Verjus.
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We’re not just any catering company we’re passionate about delivivering food to spice up your event. We’ll add taste, creativity and innovation to your bespoke menu to ensure that it’s truly individual. The Hidden Kitchen MKE team can do anything; from dinner for two to events for hundreds. So please get in touch, we’d love to come and meet you. We believe you’ll be Impressed. » Learn More
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Hidden Kitchens Russia: Communal Kitchens In the Soviet Union’s communal kitchens, many families jockeyed for one stove. Apartments were crowded, food was scarce and government informants were everywhere. Still, some found joy and connection.
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Hidden Kitchens Russia: Dissident Kitchens After Stalin’s death, people in the Soviet Union could begin to debate politics again without fear of repression. This “thawing” took place in private kitchens, where music and art flourished, too.
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Hidden Kitchens: Atomic Wine By testing for radiation, detectives tried to show that wine bottles purportedly from Thomas Jefferson’s collection were fake. And with wine fraud rising, authentication is getting more sophisticated.
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Freighter Food:From the Galleys of the Great Lakes Freighters ply the Great Lakes, hauling iron ore, coal, stone and a crew of hard-working men who consider the skill of the cook before signing up for duty. Hidden Kitchens explores life and food aboard these giant ships.
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The Chili Queens of San Antonio Some kitchens are hidden by place, some by time—like the saga of the chili queens. For over 100 years, young women came at twilight to the Alamo and the plazas of San Antonio with makeshift tables and big pots of chili to cook over open fires. The plazas teemed with people—soldiers, tourists, cattlemen and the troubadours who roamed the tables, filling the night with music.
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April 17, 2008 • Hidden Kitchens travels to the Louisiana State Penitentiary and the world of unexpected, below-the-radar, down-home convict cooking at the Angola Prison Rodeo. The event, which draws thousands of spectators, features traditional dishes prepared and sold by inmates at the prison farm.
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Broncos and Boudin: The Angola Prison Rodeo April 17, 2008 • Hidden Kitchens travels to the Louisiana State Penitentiary and the world of unexpected, below-the-radar, down-home convict cooking at the Angola Prison Rodeo. The event, which draws thousands of spectators, features traditional dishes prepared and sold by inmates at the prison farm.
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Garden Allotments: A London Kitchen Vision London’s “allotment” gardens are an unusual and vibrant system of community gardens across the entire city. Tended by immigrants, retirees, chefs and fans of fresh food, the allotments make up a kitchen community like no other.
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Boudin & Broncos: The Angola Prison Rodeo The Kitchen Sisters and Roman Mars take us to the Louisiana State Penitentiary and the world of unexpected, down home convict cooking at The Angola Prison Rodeo. The event draws some seventy thousand people annually to this agricultural prison in a remote corner of the state. Alongside the rodeo, some 43 inmate organizations set up food concessions and sell their delights to the hungry public. Dozens of traditional dishes are prepared and sold by men doing mostly life inside the prison. Nearly all the ingredients are grown on the grounds.
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May 13, 2014 • The turnspit dog was once an essential part of every large kitchen in Britain. Bred to run in a wheel that turned a roasting spit, the small but strong dogs ensured that the meat cooked evenly.
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June 26, 2008 • London’s “allotment” gardens are an unusual system of community gardens across the city. Tended by immigrants, retirees, chefs and fans of fresh food, they make up a kitchen community like no other.
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The Salt Turnspit Dogs: The Rise And Fall Of The Vernepator Cur May 13, 2014 • The turnspit dog was once an essential part of every large kitchen in Britain. Bred to run in a wheel that turned a roasting spit, the small but strong dogs ensured that the meat cooked evenly.
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London’s Gardens: Allotments for the People June 26, 2008 • London’s “allotment” gardens are an unusual system of community gardens across the city. Tended by immigrants, retirees, chefs and fans of fresh food, they make up a kitchen community like no other.
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Sugar in the Milk: A Parsi Kitchen Story March 20, 2008 • Niloufer Ichaporia King lives in a house with three kitchens. She is known for her ritual celebrations of Parsi New Year on the first day of spring, when she creates an elaborate ceremonial meal based on the auspicious foods and traditions of her vanishing culture.

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