Check out our interview, "CommonWealth Kitchen Helps Food Businesses Cook Up Success" with WGBH's Callie Crossley!

Dorchester's CommonWealth Kitchen isn't just a shared-kitchen space that's home to 50 local culinary businesses, most of which are owned by women, people of color and low-income residents of Massachusetts. It's also a place where entrepreneurs can learn more about the behind-the-scenes of the food industry and a space where they can collaborate and contribute to each other's work. 

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Boston Magazine

We were featured in bostonmagazine.com as a pantry essential!

Fennel & Fig Chutney
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By night, Celeste Croxton-Tate works as a police officer. By day, she whips up relishes and chutneys—including this fennel, onion, fig, and currant version—in Dorchester’s Commonwealth Kitchen.

$10, Whole Foods South End.

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MA Food Entrepreneurs: Lyndigo Spice

Check out our feature in MA Food Entrepreneurs on massvacation.com!

The culinary culture in Massachusetts is incredible, so we’re taking a moment to highlight a few cuisine wizards putting the Commonwealth on the foodie map in this “MA Food Entrepreneurs” mini series. First up, Lyndigo Spice!

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Boston Globe

Lyndigo Spice was mentioned in the Boston Globe!

Hyde Park resident Celeste Croxton-Tate is prepping a red pepper relish she makes for her business, Lyndigo Spice. The sweet aroma permeates the workspace at CommonWealth Kitchen, the shared Jamaica Plain space. She adds apple cider vinegar, mustard seeds, and spices to give the relish a piquant Caribbean twist. On her worktable are a dozen jars of sweet, savory,...

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Check out photos featured from the 2015 HUBweek in which Lyndigo Spice was a part of!

HUBweek is a week-long series of events and experiences that will celebrate the intersection of art, science, and technology in the city of Boston.

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Banner Biz Magazine

Check out an interview with Lyndigo Spice's, Celeste Croxton-Tate in Banner Biz Magazine, pgs 32&33.

Tell us your origin story – what was the spark that took you from concept to startup?

Growing up I always watched cooking shows on WGBH (Channel 2) instead of Saturday morning car- toons. I bought a subscription to ELLE Magazine, which had a recipe card in it every month, and I would make the recipe for dinner on Sundays for my family. I remember one dish called for fresh garlic and ...

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