When Chef Eliza Martin graduated from college, she was unable to name five friends who could cook for themselves, and then she moved to New York City and had to learn how to cook for the very first time. When she started cooking for herself myself, she felt confident and empowered from being actually able to feed her being. She believes sharing this incredible feeling is important. With that being said, we would like to propose a Community Event called The Solidarity Kitchen, making others feel warm and welcome through food. We can start by loving ourselves by sharing a favorite (or family) recipe that contains healthy ingredients. The most impressive result that will be achieved is the range of inter- personal interactions among all teams, household types, and especially through teaching young individuals how to nourish their bodies and cook with the earth’s resources. Given our city location, we share our experience hoping that other urban communities will try the greening of their personal habits that in the aggregate we will make an effective contribution to improving the community and organic habits. We will build out this community event by diving into specific culinary topics; for example pasta or wine. Who says you can't please everyone?