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Saturday 1st of October the Food Museum welcomes Lelani Lewis. The cooking workshop Code Noir takes you on a culinairy exploration of the Caribbean.
Language: the workshop will be in English.
Code Noir takes its name from the 17th Century decree detailing how to maintain the enslaved in the French Colonies of the New
This workshop will demonstrate how the worldwide exchange of goods and movement of people has influenced current-day dishes. We'll be making one dish, highlighting the different cultures that intermmingled within the Caribbean, the effects of colonialism which resulted in this melting pot cuisine.
Food is a powerful connector allowing us to connect despite our perceived differences. Code Noir uses food and specifically the culinary history of the Caribbean to investigate the effects of colonisalism in modern day society. Using food to present some of these key historical events allows us to reconcile with the dark past of colonialism-making it more digestable.
The workshop will focus on four periods of significance within the history of Caribbean cuisine. In which, along with the participants we'll explore the cross-polination of ingredients, people and cultures and how it culminated into this melting pot cuisine.
The workshop will conclude with the making of a dish which is a manifestation of this diverse region.
Saturday 1th of Oktober.
16:00 - 19:00 uur
The Code Noir workshop will lasts three hours. The Food Museum will be open before the workshop to discover, from 15:00 pm onwards.
Ticket prices are variable, we trust that you select your tickets on the basis of your financial means. For an indication:
✿ €7 Students and for people with less financial means.
✿ €12,5 Standard ticket price.
✿ €25,- Above medium and high income.
✿ €3,5 Children untill 15 years old.
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|Locatie||Theatergezelschap Vis à Vis|
|Adres||Muiderzandplaats 1, 1361 AK, Almere|
|Datum||1th of October 2022|
|Tijd||16:00 - 19:00|
|Organisatie||Stichting 'n Wilde Keuze|