JCK in the News

March 2021

There’s a new player in town

Article from the Alberta School of Business, published on March 11. | Four MBA graduates are bringing new ideas to Edmonton’s food scene. This article was also included in the School of Business' March 2021 newsletter.

February 2021

JustCook Kitchen: Episode 3: A Sneak Peek at the Features

Article published on FutureCite on February 24. | Meet Maëlle "The Bistro Badass" Marketing the Biz.

Meet Jennifer: Episode 2: Behind the scenes at JustCook Kitchens

Article published on FutureCite on February 22. | Entrepreneurial Work-Life Balance: How She Handles Duo Job Role Demands.


As a Next 36 alumnus, our COO Luke Butterworth is highlighted in GRIT's "Ask a founder" article, February 2021.

Meet Jennifer and Maelle: Episode 1: Why JustCook Kitchens?

Article published on FutureCite on February 11. | 5th St. Food Hall, the Collective Power of Biz & Chefs. Get to know a bit more of the behind the scene from Jennifer Keith and Maelle Piquee!

New food hall promises to remove burdens of running a restaurant for Edmonton chefs

Article published by CTV News Edmonton on February 2. | "We're lowering the barrier to entry for chefs by giving them a full commercial kitchen bay to operate out of," JustCook Kitchens co-founder Luke Butterworth told CTV News Edmonton. "We provide the technology, the delivery, even some of the supply chain, and together what that allows them to do is come in and start a restaurant in under a week."

January 2021

JustCook Kitchens to open downtown food hall this spring

Our story was part of TapRoot's Edmonton Food Round on January 26. | "We put the infrastructure, technology, and processes in place for the chefs to just cook,” COO Luke Butterworth told Taproot. “[By] taking away the additional burden and complexities of being a business owner, we aim to give chefs and foodpreneurs the keys to succeed and thrive.”