Community kitchen plans space to experiment for Tucson food entrepreneurs

As the demand for locally produced food grows in Tucson, entrepreneurs are stepping up to provide the kitchen tools.

Cook Tucson, a culinary incubator and commissary kitchen, is to open later this year in central Tucson.

To be located at 1702 N. Stone Ave., Cook Tucson will be a place where caterers or food-truck owners can access commercial kitchen space and experiment with new food concepts, said founder and owner Corinne Tso.

Cook Tucson was an excting project to work on with Corinne and it was Tango’s pleasure to be of service.

For more information, read the full article here.

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