While Moonlight Kitchens is set up to accommodate commercial users, it’s also easy to use for non-professionals. The cooking equipment is “hurkier” than residential stuff which means food gets hotter or colder faster.
◊ Missoula Feast Week Tasting Dinner ◊ TRADITIONAL 10-COURSE ITALIAN DINNER WITH PAIRED WINES Saturday, Nov. 11th 6-9pm $50/person Limit 14 – Reservations Required Chef – Rebecca Peart (Crave Catering & Cakes), Sommelier – Mike Tornatore (Wine Guy Mike). A percentage of profits supports the Community Food & Agriculture … Continue reading →
At Moonlight Kitchens we have two kitchens and a cold-food prep area that we rent by the hour. For food storage we have a walk-in cooler and two reach-in freezers, plus open shelf dry storage, and wire cage lockers for … Continue reading →
Experience what you eat with all five senses! — A sketching & illustration class. “Drawn to Food” is a great way to learn easy techniques on how to take accurate field notes, recreate travel details, or just have fun drawing … Continue reading →
aka “How to Start a Small Food Business in Missoula” Learn the ins and outs of creating your own specialty food business. The series will feature panels and professionals experienced in financing, fabrication, labeling, distribution, marketing, equipment, local food networks, … Continue reading →