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a 501(c)(3) Nonprofit

Culinary Heritage Co. 


The Culinary Heritage Co. aims to raise awareness and reverence around the personal and environmental benefits of developing, practicing, and nourishing food traditions within local communities. We accomplish this through hosting cooking workshops, communal dinners, school assemblies, and community lectures, as well as through the creation of positive multi-media via The Recipe Hunters.

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We believe that progress begins with a personal connection. That's why we are inviting you to be a part of our community. Join us in making the world a healthier place, whether it be through growing or cooking food, trying one of our wholesome recipes, watching one of our films, partaking in one of our culinary workshops, or donating to our cause.


Your local Culinary Heritage

One of the best ways to keep our culinary heritage alive and vibrant is to document it ourselves and share it with our friends, family, and local community! We've collaborated with Slow Food Youth Network and Frankie Vaughan to bring you a toolkit to help you tell your own Slow Food story. Slow Food is an international grassroots organization that promotes clean, fair and healthy food. Check it out here!


By supporting the Culinary Heritage Co., you become a part of making our mission happen. Together we will further our communities by promoting cultural pluralism and teaching people how to cook healthy, traditional food. 

Your donations help support our operations and our content creation.


All donations are tax-deductible and are essential for the sustainability of our non-profit. If you have any questions or would like to discuss other means of supporting us, feel free to call, email, or reach out to us on social media! 


With Love,

Leila Elamine

President, Culinary Heritage Corporation

*All donations are tax deductible as donations to a 501(c)(3) non-profit*

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