Learn how to cook traditional Moroccan couscous from the two skilled Sisters Cuisine chefs, Cherie and Nabila.
We will make:
Orange pomegranate salad
Briwat with nuts and honey served with Moroccan tea
The sisters will take you through all the steps and will answer questions about life as a refugee woman in Denmark while you are cooking. We will eat together at the end, and you will receive a free Sisters Cuisine apron and any left overs to take home.
Please bring containers for leftovers. Please note that the course will be held in Danish and English.
When: October 26, 3–7 pm
Where: Trampoline House, Thoravej 7, 2400 Cph NV
Number of participants: 10
Price: DKK 425 (incl. ingredients and a free Sisters Cuisine apron – see photo)
All profits go to Trampoline House’s activities for asylum-seeking and refugee children.
3–3:15: Welcome and intro
Please register before Monday, Oct. 21, 5 pm!
Women and men are welcome to join the workshop.
Please check the vegetarian or meat checkbox in the order form.
If you have questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
About Sisters’ Cuisine Food Club
Sisters Cuisine Food Club is a multicultural food project run by refugee and asylum-seeking women from Trampoline House.
The club organizes public food events and workshops in the house with the aim of bringing people together with food, and creating awareness about the plight of refugee women and refugee children.
We make healthy, affordable food from all over the world, influenced by our diverse places of origin, such as Afghanistan, DR Congo, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Iran, Morocco, and Palestine.