Dorchester's CommonWealth Kitchen isn't just a shared-kitchen space that's home to 50 local culinary businesses, most of which are owned by women, people of color and low-income residents of Massachusetts. It's also a place where entrepreneurs can learn more about the behind-the-scenes of the food industry and a space where they can collaborate and contribute to each other's work. 


Learn more about CommonWealth Kitchen on its website, on Facebook and on Twitter.

BONUS: Take a tour of CommonWealth Kitchen!

Learn more about Grace Connor and Little G Ice Cream.

Callie Crossley and Grace Connor at CommonWealth Kitchen in Dorchester
Photo by Andrea Asuaje