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Krakow: Kitchen stories. Each recipe tells a story


Moderators: Głodne Kawałki - Sabina Francuz (PL), Iwona Kastunowicz (PL)
Intergenerational and international culinary encounter. We'll meet at the table to share and exchange recipes we remember from our family homes. We'll look for similarities and differences which unite and differ the Polish and Jewish cuisine. Borscht, dumplings, latkes, challah or herring are part of national cultural identity. The Poles are deeply convinced that these dishes are Polish to the bone while the Ashkenazi Jews insist that they are thoroughly Jewish. It is the perfect proof of a strong bond between the Polish and Jewish cultures and their mutual influence. It testifies that we lived and ate together in Poland for many centuries. Bring the old recipes, cookbooks, family photographs. We'll meet and talk about cooking and life at one long table in Karma garden in Kazimierz. We'll try to find the similarities and the differences, learn family recipes and listen to stories. Every recipe always tells a story.
Event organized in cooperation with Reboot, as part of the Beyond Bubbie Project
Saturday, July 5, 2:00 pm, Karma Coffee Roasters, ul. Św. Wawrzyńca 9/2

This event is part of the Krakow Jewish Festival.

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