I am back in rural western Uganda, just outside the boundaries of Kibale National Park. I travel here for several weeks each summer to volunteer with the Kasiisi Project (www.kasiisiproject.org). The Kasiisi Project, among other things, provides conservation and health education in 15 public primary schools. The Kasiisi Project also runs its own small farm. Continue Reading »
Since 1929, the Cambridge Community Center has been an important part to the vibrant city that is home to both Formaggio Kitchen Cambridge and its owners Ihsan and Valerie. This nonprofit organization offers social, educational, and recreational programs for people of all ages, enriching the neighborhood through programs that empower, educate, and engage. After 88 years Continue Reading »
If you’ve come to this page, you likely know Formaggio Kitchen. Still, an introduction might be nice. Our shop started in 1978 with a vision of creating a European shopping experience in Cambridge. The store is owned by Ihsan and Valerie Gurdal who also own our sister stores Formaggio Kitchen South End in Boston’s South End and Formaggio Kitchen New York in New York’s Essex Market.