60" Garland US Gas Restaurant Range
Garland US Countertop Gas Charbroiler
Gas Convection Oven
Sunfire Gas Restaurant Flat Top Range
Modular Walk-In Cooler
Stainless Steel Worktables
Direct loading dock access
Are you a
| Recent Culinary Program Graduate | Restaurant-Owners | Food Service Entrepreneur | Culinarily Curious |
Then our kitchen is for you!
What to do if...
I am a producer
Step 1 – read the terms and conditions information here
Step 2 – complete the producers questionnaire here
Step 3 – once your questionnaire is completed and we have your business documents on file:
pay for kitchen membership and hours package
Step 4 - our culinary department will be in contact with you to schedule your onboarding and first production shift, please note that we will do our best to honor the date(s) requested on your producer application but that we will not be able to schedule your culinary steward until the business details are finalized and that this may affect the feasibility of honoring the date you've requested.
past and present
Southern Oregon Fire Relief Meal Support
CraterWorks MakerSpace was happy to partner with SOFR Meals, offering open kitchen space to help organized donated food, prepare, and provide consistent hot meals to those affected by the Alameda and Obenchain Fires in the Fall of 2020.
What to do if...
I am curious, & want to take classes
Check out the current class offerings on our calendar, grab a cooking buddy and enroll in the class you want!
**Please note, enrollment in Cooking with CraterWorks classes are different than other classes.
Each of the CraterWorks Cooking classes are formatted to serve 4 pods of 2 chefs, cooking side by side, in their own "pod". To enroll in these classes, we ask that one member of the 2-person pod register as normal. At checkout, the additional information for person #2 will be requested to acquire necessary information/waiver forms.
If you see a class (previous or current) that'd you like to fully reserve and add to the calendar as a private instruction for you and your friends, you can contact us directly to arrange a time that works for everyone!
Meet The chef
A Pacific Northwest resident for over 30 years, Hilary Kemmling is passionate about our regional culture and cuisine.
A 2005 graduate of the Culinary Institute of America- Hyde Park, Ms. Kemmling returned home to the Rogue Valley where she strives to bring a love of food and cooking to all she does.
Ms. Kemmling has spent ten years as the General Manager of The Schoolhaus Brewhaus in Jacksonville overseeing the properties restaurant, event center and many other offered amenities.
A particular passion of hers has always been cooking education with the belief that a strong foundation in cooking skills and nourishment is a key component to a strong and healthy community. Ms. Kemmling spent many years with ACCESS as a Cooking Skills Educator, a community outreach program to educate and inspire an appreciation for fresh, local and nutritious cooking. As well as two separate seasons as the assistant chef for The Willows Cooking School is Central Point.