The Be a Chef for a Day Program (BACFAD BEAT), is a youth-centric and skills-centered dynamic food initiative of the Italian Cultural Center of Maryland that operates in the Greater Baltimore-Washington Area and provides meals, nutritional education, life and culinary skills, and training to youth and their families.
The ultimate goal is to pull our community out of hunger and address poor nutrition related diseases, household instability do to financial struggles and food insecurity.
In our logo on the right our helpers: Sphen (ancient greek word for Spoon) and Matt (short for Matterello the Italian world for rolling pin).
Since March 16th we operate as Community Kitchen to provide a warm meal to our students, their families and our community members who are experiencing financial troubles do to the Coronavirus Spreading,
We are serving hundreds of warm meals per week. Please follow us on social media for quickest updates.
We provide cooked meals from Monday through Friday and we provide our families with bags of groceries for the week-end meals.
A nutritious meal costs us $5. Please donate. Any amount is a blessing for us and for our families. After all, everyone should have a warm meal.
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We love our customers, so feel free to visit during normal business hours.
315 Homeland Southway, Baltimore, Maryland 21212, United States
11:30 am – 05:30 pm
If you are interested in our programs or in our cooking classes for kids and adults please stop by!
Our Be a Chef for a Day kitchen is located in the National Italian American Gallery where you can enjoy first class cooking matched with world class art.
And when you sign up for a class, a child gets two hours of culinary education!
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