Dec 18 2007

Everybody’s Kitchen Comes to LA

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GUESTS: Floppy, Guin, Anne, members of Everybody’s Kitchen project

A group of activists have been traveling the country in a school bus, cooking food and feeding people in communities from New Orleans to Los Angeles. They call themselves Everybody’s Kitchen and base their work on the belief that no one should ever go hungry. The bus is fitted with all the amenities of a professional commercial kitchen and also provides transportation across the country and a floor to sleep on. Everybody’s Kitchen recently arrived in Los Angeles where they are stationed temporarily near Skid Row. They show up every week day 4 pm on the corner of 6th and Gladys, handing out fresh cooked food to anyone who wants it.

NOTE: Everybody’s Kitchen is operating out of a location south-east of Skid Row and they would be greatly helped by having access to a water source in their vicinity. They are currently travelling two miles a day to get their water for their cooking. If any organization, restraurant, or residence in their vicinity is willing to help them out by providing access to an exterior water fawcett please contact Everybody’s Kitchen at

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2 Responses to “Everybody’s Kitchen Comes to LA”

  1. Ginnie Fanellion 18 Dec 2007 at 4:30 pm

    I am Anne’s mom, and for some reason when I log on to the interview, either nothing happens, or I get a message that states “not found”. I would be so proud to be able to listen to this interview!

  2. James "Guin" McGuinnesson 13 Jan 2009 at 11:09 am

    Hey Ginnie,

    I posted the interview on the new Everybody’s Kitchen Facebook group page.