At our old location at 2929 Spring Grove Hive13 had a full kitchen at the disposal of its members and guests. Since moving to our new location at 2701 Spring Grove discussions have been ongoing for how to best build our ideal kitchen. See the Kitchen Committee Meetings page for information about recent & upcoming meetings.
Note: Further information on this page is primarily with regard to the old kitchen at 2929 Spring Grove and is probably not up to date.
The appliances that work are:
- Coffee maker
- DeLonghi Espresso Machine (EC-02)
- Stove / Oven
- Toaster Oven
- Fridge / Freezer
- Food Processor/Blender
- Handheld Mixer
Members can keep anything they like in the fridge as long as it is food-safe. When you place items in the fridge, please write on the item:
- Your Name or Handle
- The date that you place it in the fridge
- (If not clearly labeled on the item) when it expires.
Anything that's not labeled with your name will be considered free for the taking and/or potentially thrown out on cleanout days. If you need refridgeration for something that isn't food safe, you can keep it in the non-food-safe fridge which is located in 3D.
Hive13 has collected a random assortment of dishes and cookware. Please use these items, but take care of them. Wash your dishes and utensils after using them, etc.
If you like to bake, we have Cooling trays and Silicon baking mats in the drawer labeled as such. For measuring dry goods, we do have a digital scale that will measure down to the gram (and a 50 gram weight to calibrate it). If you are measuring wet goods, we have a adjustable measuring cup that you can use to measure and pour from, as well as traditional liquid and dry measuring cups.
We do have instant read thermometers, a magnetic knife block, a drying mat (for washing the dishes by hand), and a stash of various items.
Dirty hand towels
Please place dirty hand towels in the home depot bucket under the wood block table. Ian or someone else will try to wash them twice a week.