Jims Open Kitchen
Keith LStreetsboro, United States10821Reviewed February 13, 2017 via mobile Great breakfast and pricesWe love coming to Jims. The prices are great and very reasonable. The food is fresh and the bacon is thick sliced not flimsy paper thin like other places. Service is good and very friendly. On a budget, well this place is great.Thank Keith L
Jims Open Kitchen
Reviewed February 13, 2017 via mobile Great breakfast and pricesWe love coming to Jims. The prices are great and very reasonable. The food is fresh and the bacon is thick sliced not flimsy paper thin like other places. Service is good and very friendly. On a budget, well this place is great.Thank Keith L
Jims Open Kitchen
The future home of Biker Jim’s. A A Facebook- Twitter – More shares recommend reddit email – Print Article Three years ago, sausage czar Jim Pittenger opened Biker Jim’s Gourmet Dogs, his brick-and-mortar on Larimer Street that followed several years of unrivaled success pimping game-changing dogs from a long-standing cart on the 16th Street Mall. And now Pittenger, whose famous fat wieners slapped with cream cheese and Coke-soaked onions have been plastered all over the Food Network, is opening a second Biker Jim’s Gourmet Dogs in the ‘burbs.See also: Biker Jim busts out a bread haiku, bemoans boba and spills details on a new brick-and-mortar”We were approached by Joe Zemla, the owner of Bernie’s Hot Dog Company, in the fall of last year, to take over his Highlands Ranch store. They thought it would be good to work with us and get us into that spot,” says Pittenger, noting that Zemla and Su, his wife, are moving to Arizona to be closer to family.The 1,280-square-foot space, which sits at 1601 Mayberry Drive, in the same town center as Crave and Indulge Wine Bar, will be a quick turnaround, says Pittenger. “We have to get a sign made, get our liquor license, shoehorn some new equipment into the kitchen, slap some paint and art on the walls, and swap put the Pepsi machine for a Boylan machine, but we think we can get all of that done fairly quickly and optimistically open by the second week in July,” says Pittenger.The thirty-seat restaurant also lays claim to a 1,000-square-foot patio with “awesome views of the Rocky Mountains,” notes Pittenger, whose menu of sausages, most of which are sourced from Continental Sausage, will mimic the board at the Larimer Square location. “It’s a smaller space, and the kitchen is tight, but we’re going to try and recreate the same menu; we want people to have the same ride, so to speak, as they do on Larimer,” he adds.As for his first foray into the suburbs, Pittenger says it’s “a great experiment for us to see if we can prove the concept in a suburban market.” There are tons of homes near the space, he adds, and, he predicts, “lots of people who are going to very happy that they don’t have to drive downtown to get a Biker Jim dog.”The town center where Biker Jim’s will reside hosts an annual Fourth of July bash, which includes a hot dog competition that Pittenger is sponsoring, and if Pittenger hasn’t opened his shop by then, he’ll have a hot dog cart in front of the restaurant. “Ideally, we’d love to be open by that weekend, but if not, we’ll still have a cart, and we’ll have some beers and sodas lying around inside if people want to wander in and take a look at the space,” he says.Hours, he notes, are still being determined, but it’ll likely be open from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. during the week, and he’ll tack on an extra hour on Friday and Saturday. Follow @CafeWestword Fort Collins Brewery Will Close After Purchase by Canadian Beer Maker NEXT
Jims Open Kitchen
The King’s Kitchen will operate as a public restaurant, serving local, healthy, Southern cuisine and the profits and proceeds from “The King’s Kitchen” will go toward feeding the poor. In addition, The King’s Kitchen will work with the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Dream Center to operate “The Restoration Program” a five-part training program to employ, train and minister the gospel of Jesus Christ to the homeless, the poor, troubled youth, rehab graduates and other members of our community who are in need of employment. The King’s Kitchen will operate in the spirit of excellence by training and equipping the whole person (spirit, soul and body) thereby sending out developed leaders into our community. This will be done by working together with other local ministries, businesses, nonprofits and people of faith.
Jims Open Kitchen
The kitchen we see here today has as much style as it does functionality. A collection of fire orange Le Creuset pots are put to use on a daily basis for soups and braises, as well as whimsical vintage wine glasses for swishing lemonade and wine. The humor of the owners is visible in quirky items such as a an old first aid kit (nothing in it, just a fabulous tin box!), a plastic frog resting by the kitchen sink, goofy spoons and original, comical artwork hanging around. This is a fabulous place for cookery, a kitchen where if you come around often, you may be lucky enough to feast on a perfectly roasted chicken followed by a peach pie with your name on it.
Jims Open Kitchen
Reviewed September 12, 2016 Most fun watching a cook ever!Great “open kitchen”. lots of locals. good food, good prices. Best breakfast around, wonderful potatoes and great scrambles. Just ask.Thank Pamela H
Twelve years before opening the doors of The King’s Kitchen, Chef Jim and his wife Karen were awakened to a calling from God. Rather than open another restaurant to simply feed the body, the Nobles were called to start a ministry that would nourish the soul.
Established in 2010, The King’s Kitchen is managed by Jim Noble Restaurants and donates 100% of profits from sales to feed the poor in the Charlotte region. Additionally, The King’s Kitchen partners with the Charlotte Mecklenburg Dream Center and other local area ministries to provide job-training, life-skills training, social etiquette workshops, financial management guidance and employment intern opportunities to Charlotteans in search of a new beginning.
Jim Noble Restaurants are locally owned by Chef Jim Noble, a High Point, NC native, whose heartfelt approach to slow food is inspired by French cooking visionaries Auguste Escoffier and Julia Child. Following their lead, Chef Jim began using local, organic ingredients to prepare meals for his own family. A trip to Napa, CA, in the early 80s introduced Chef Jim to the benefits of pairing excellent wines with expertly prepared meals and inspired him to open a restaurant, showcasing his food philosophy.
In 1998, Jim and Karen started Restoration Word Ministries (RWM) and their weekly radio broadcast ministry, The Voice of Healing Faith. An ordained minister, Jim uses this outreach as a way to share the teachings of Christ as well as remain open to the ways God calls him to serve. Over time, Jim recognized the relationship of his two passions – serving food and serving God – and was led to the ministry of feeding the poor.
Joan and Jim have been cooking in their charming kitchen for over forty years. The space practically glows with the history of wholesome family meals and cackling laughs amongst old friends. It’s also the site of many curious objects — of the beautiful, silly, vintage and strange variety.
Joan and Jim live in the hills of Santa Barbara, California, in a Spanish-style home with lots of natural light and a luscious garden. From the vantage point of the kitchen sink, one can take in the Old growth oak trees and a myriad of succulent plants. It’s a gorgeous room within an equally lovely setting. Joan is a remarkable cook, often serving fruit pies with the recipient’s name emblazoned across the top surface, cut carefully from the dough as well as meat balls the size of your head. Her Midwestern upbringing provides the backbone to most of her meals, an unusual and delightful change of pace form the Southern California focus on salad, salad and more salad.
3. What’s the most memorable meal you’ve ever cooked in this kitchen? For what occasion I remember naught, I presented a magnificent whole salmon, prepared in a proper ‘made–in–France’ fish poaching casserole — an elongated, metal diamond vessel with fitted lid that is lovely in of itself.
5. Is there anything you wish you had done differently? Wish I’d thought to insert a food warming tray in the middle of the oval, wood topped counter that stands in the middle of our kitchen. Where I frequently serve dinner, country–style, as guests gather round to load their plates.
Far too many of our fellow Charlotte residents suffer from extreme life-challenges such as poverty, homelessness and the slow, uphill battle of recovering from substance abuse or incarceration. Our vision and goal each day at The King’s Kitchen is to raise funds to feed the spiritual and physical needs of those who have the least in our community and to train and equip those previously unemployable in the restaurant trade.
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