SOUL FOOD SISTERS

Cooking Heritage Workshops | Injera Returns
Oct
26
6:30pm 6:30pm

Cooking Heritage Workshops | Injera Returns

In celebration of Black History Month, for our second workshop we will be teaching you how to make Eritrean injera. This unique cuisine is similar to making pancakes, but is eaten with savoury dishes and has a distinct slightly sour taste. We will be serving the injera with a range of tasty Eritrean stews.

The evening will consist of a hands-on workshop learning how to make the injera, followed by a relaxed sit down meal were you can enjoy the results of your work and each other's company.

Spaces are limited and tickets are £12. Tickets are available here.

If you have any questions regarding dietary requirements or access, do not hesitate to contact us at hello@soulfoodsisters.org

Photo credit: Dariusz Sipowski

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Cooking Heritage Workshops | Pickled Plums and Outlaws Cakes
Nov
9
6:30pm 6:30pm

Cooking Heritage Workshops | Pickled Plums and Outlaws Cakes

Inspired by Polish cuisine, in this workshop we will be showing you how to make pan-fried outlaws cakes. Similar to röstis, these potato pancakes are a perfect accompaniment to stews and great at warming you up on a cold evening. We will be serving the outlaws cakes with goulash, sour cream and pickled plums. 

The evening will consist of a hands-on workshop learning how to make these dishes, followed by a relaxed sit down meal were you can enjoy the results of your work and each other's company. 

Spaces are limited and tickets are £12. Tickets are available here.

If you have any questions regarding dietary requirements or access, do not hesitate to contact us at hello@soulfoodsisters.org.

Photo credit: Dariusz Sipowski

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Cooking Heritage Workshops |      Cous Cous and Chorba
Oct
12
6:30pm 6:30pm

Cooking Heritage Workshops | Cous Cous and Chorba

Join us for a celebration of the diverse cuisines of Soul Food Sisters through in-depth workshops held at our new permanent space. Our first workshop will be learning to make Cous Cous by hand and cooking Chorba, a delicious stew originating from Algeria.

The evening will consist of a hands-on workshop learning how to make the dishes, followed by a relaxed sit down meal were you can enjoy the results of your work and each other's company. We believe that food has the power to bring people together and we hope that these evenings will teach you new culinary skills and allow you to create new connections in the community.

This is the first of our upcoming workshops so the event will be free, however as we are a social enterprise any donations will be welcome. Spaces are limited and tickets are available through this link.

We look forward to cooking with you!

If you have any questions regarding dietary requirements or access, do not hesitate to contact us at hello@soulfoodsisters.org.

Photo credit: Dariusz Sipowski

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