Thanks for the photos Sabine! And there are more wonderful photos taken by Sebastian on his flickr http://www.flickr.com/photos/83734008@N06/sets/72157630793956726/
Thank you to Hiwa and his mother in Iraq for another of his spectacular cooking actions! It was a truly touching experience, bringing so many people together and cooking this family recipe in the streets of Berlin. And to everyone else who joined us, chopping, frying or simply being a friendly support, the dinner could not have happened without you!
This friday we are doing a webcast cooking march! We are taking Cooking with Mama/ Occupy dinner one step further, creating a mobile kitchen, whereby we march from Türkenmarkt Maybachufer to Kottbusser Tor with trolleys, pots and pans.
Hiwa who is currently visiting his family in Iraq, will be giving cooking instructions with his mother, over Skype. Their family recipe and instructions will be translated from Kurdish to German to English for everyone to follow. It is an open event, whereby we work collectively to prepare and share a meal together.
If you are in Berlin please join us at 5pm, Friday 27th of July and unite people in public spaces. http://www.facebook.com/events/350549971687021/
Here is a map of the route. We start at A and collect ingredients and wash vegetables. Chop and fry at B. Finish cooking and eat at C
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Cooking with Mama (a project by Hiwa K.) supported by Dinner Exchange Berlin. Dinner Exchange Berlin is Cooking with Mama on the 19th of May as a part of the Transeuropa Festival Berlin at Prinzessinnengärten Berlin starting at 6.30pm.
Last week my housemates and i cooked the first Cooking with Mama/occupy dish . This time i did it at home without ‘Mama” directions . The dish is called Maqluba, its an iraqi recipe that you flip upside down to serve. It may not look as impressive at the one we served at Weinbergsweg, but it tasted amazing.