A lot of makerspaces take the form of workshops to support woodworking activities, crafts or tinkering with technology and this is where Tinker Kitchen sets itself apart as a shared space for people to experiment with food. The space in California is not a cafe or a restaurant but a place where members can drop in to pursure personal projects. That being said, the shared kitchen space could potentially be used commercially to launch a food business according to Tinker Kitchen.
The makerspace for cooking also hosts team-building events, other gatherings and cooking classes such as Pasta 101, Sous Vide 101 and special events related to holidays like Valentine's Day, plus Day Camps for kids.
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