Here’s the Madrid lineup for the global Refugee Food Festival 2018!
The 2018 Refugee Food Festival goes global, plus other good news close to home.
I’m thrilled to announce the first exhibition of the very talented food photographer, Jane Mitchell, with a few inside stories behind her compelling photographs.
Dinner table wisdom gained from Syrian and Sudanese refugees
In June 2017, restaurants across 6 countries in Europe will open their kitchens to refugee chefs
Some of the amazing, authentic and exotic food I’ve tried thanks to Chefugee
I sat down for dinner with a refugee family in Madrid and learned how to cook a traditional leafy dish.
Read it here while the digital ink’s still wet! (P.S. Good to know that my former journo colleagues – “The Writers Bloc” as we called us Gen-Xers – have now all moved up as editors in big publications. 🙂 )
T minus 3 days and counting to the Chefugee Syria dinner, I found myself whisked on a magic carpet ride to a wonderful and exotic land I had never been to before… the Carniceria de Amana Food halal supermarket near metro El Carmen. And who better to give us a tour of this Syrian grocery…
As I type this, I’m trying very hard to clear my head from the noise of the past week’s headlines that are starting to blur dystopian fiction with cold reality. But it’s also precisely during these times that we must really stand up for basic compassion, and work even harder to build cross cultural bridges,…