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An entrepreneurial kitchen

Original post made on Dec 7, 2013

The Mountain View Day Worker Center has caught the entrepreneurial bug. Working with a group of student volunteers from Stanford University, officials from the center are planning to build a catering cooperative to serve the local community.

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Posted by Fan of food
a resident of Jackson Park
on Dec 7, 2013 at 11:30 am

This is a great idea! I used to love getting inexpensive and healthful catered food through Mime's Cafe, run by people in the job training program at Jobtrain in Menlo Park, but they no longer offer this catering service, so I'm thrilled that the Day Workers' Center can potentially fill this gap even closer to home. I look forward to convenient, tasty, and healthful catered food from the in 2014!

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a resident of The Crossings
on Dec 10, 2013 at 3:26 pm

While Marroquin conceived??? ANYONE WHO ATE AT ANY MV RESTAURANTS KNOW THAT REGARDLESS OF REGIONAL FOOD THEY HAVE MEXICAN WORKERS AS COOKS OR DISHWASHERS, HARD WORKER NO ROOM TO COMPLAIN TO THEIR BOSSES AFRAID OF BEING FIRED FOR NOT HAVING PAPERS of the project NOW CORPORATION LATER, WAIT FOR DELIVERY FOOD, she and her colleagues at the Day Worker Center are being helped by a small group of Stanford??? FORMING CORPORATIONS students, who are assisting with some research into best practices, food safety??? """""No one yet knows what caused 48 of the students to become ill, and the university informed the Santa Clara County Public Health Department, which has launched an investigation, Lapin SAID""""" law and providing education on how to prepare traditional dishes with a healthy???(Web Link) twist.