Our food is simple, mostly gluten free, made from scratch and by hand*. We cook and serve menus inspired by the people who made us–our family.
It isn’t out of the question for us to serve corned beef on Thursday, a vegan $5 menu on Friday and Timbale on Sunday. At our place, duck confit and shrimp and grits are perfectly at home on the same table at the same time. We don’t stand on culinary ceremony, we do make beautiful plates.
However, Cannella Kitchen is without an address at present. Such is life!
While we look for a suitable space for another Cannella Kitchen, we’re cooking private dinners and teaching in home cooking classes. If you are in the Chelan area and would us to cook in your home, send us a note and we’ll start planning.
We hope to see you later in a new space. Just to be safe, hire us as private chefs for an evening.
*Anjou Bakery makes our bread and we’re happy that they do.