As part of the Food, Ethics, and Culture series this spring, Duke undergraduates will have the opportunity to cook together with locally resettled refugees, learning more about the food of their homelands and the role food plays in their cultural traditions. The class will be held at Durham Spirits Company, a historical house that has a professional kitchen. The class will be modeled after the cooking classes held by Project Feast, with four to five resettled refugees demonstrating 4-5 traditional dishes. Participants will introduce themselves and then assist with the prep work of washing, chopping, etc.
Enjoy this unique opportunity to work hands-on with resettled refugee women, share a meal with them, and take the recipes home!
Space is limited and sign-up using the online form is required. Transportation will be provided from campus to the Durham Spirits Company.