The client has exclusive use of this equipment for the time reserved. To make use of the small wares in the security storage unit or locked cabinets, contact Fairgrounds Maintenance Crew to unlock at (785) 393-8130.
Clients will find the following items in the kitchen:
60” Electric Range with 6 burners and 24” griddle
One Electric Convection Oven
One Commercial Microwave Oven, 1000 watts
One Mobile Bun Pan Rack
One Electric Hot Food Serving Counter, 58-3/8” Length with (4) 12’x20” hot food wells
NO LONGER AVAILABLE
One 20 qt. Food Mixer
Five Stainless Steel Work Tables
Wire Storage Rack
One Dish Machine
Tilting Kettle, Steam Jacket Design, 25-gallon capacity
One Three Compartment Sink
What to Bring
Clients should bring all small wares such as utensils and scales, cookware, bake ware and disposable items, such as plastic wrap, foil, sheet pan liners, towels, test strips etc. It is the responsibility of each client to bring their own ingredients. No personally-owned or rented gas fired appliances will be allowed in the culinary commons kitchen.
Cleaning and Supplies
Each client is responsible for cleaning the kitchen as part of their kitchen use including all countertops, cabinets, equipment, tables and floors. The Culinary Commons Incubator Kitchen will supply all the necessary cleaning supplies. A trash dumpster is located east of Building 21.
All clients are required to empty their trash from the kitchen. If the kitchen is not clean upon inspection after client use, the aforementioned deposit of $150.00 will not be refunded.
Culinary Commons features a Storage Unit filled with small wares. To access, approved clients must be granted permission by contacting the K-State Research and Extension – Douglas County Office at (785) 843-7058.
The Incubator Kitchen does not provide on-site storage units.