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Cultural Heritage & Identity Through Food – Brain Feast Session

Can we truly express our true selves through what we eat? Hosted by TV presenter and the Carib-Asian Cookery Show’s Sherrie Eugene-Hart, this panel explores how the places we come from shape the food we share, the flavours we love and the food memories from which we delight.

Panelists include Zoe Adjonyoh who aims to bring African food to the masses through her supper clubs, cookery books, festival and TV appearances. Her widely-loved Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen takes us on a journey to Ghana, with it’s mamas and market produce influencing her unique cooking style.

Ben Harvey is one half of the cousin-duo behind Pasta Loco, Bristol’s italian restaurant that pays tribute to the city’s community and soul through fresh plates of pasta.

Ishita Wilkins is the unstoppable power behind Eat Your Words, the supper club that celebrates eating together and cookbooks that take us on cultural and historical journeys. Ishita is also the co-founder of Vela pop-up, bringing flavours of West Bengal and Gujarat to Bristol.

Fozia Ismail founded Arawelo Eats in 2016, as much a platform for enjoying Somali and African food as a lense through which to explore the complex issues of race and British identity and today’s ever-changing challenging social, political and cultural contexts.

Brain Food Series

This event is part of Bristol Food Connections Brain Food series, a vibrant and diverse programme of talks and debates getting us to think more consciously about what we eat.

 

This week, Brain Food talks are available at 2-for-1. Come with a friend!

 

Paper tickets for this event can be purchased in person at the Info Point of Colston Hall between the following hours:

Thursday 13 – Saturday 15  June:  10AM – 5PM

Sunday 16 June:  11AM – 5PM

Monday 17 – Thursday 20 June:  11AM – 2PM 

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    Cultural Heritage & Identity Through Food – Brain Feast Session

    Theme: Brain Food, Festival Hub, Talks and Debates
    Venue: Colston Hall
    On: Saturday 15th June
    Time: 2:30 pm - 3:30 am
    Address: 3rd Floor Terrace Bar, Colston Hall, Colston Street, Bristol BS1 5AR
    Cost: £8

    Can we truly express our true selves through what we eat? Hosted by TV presenter and the Carib-Asian Cookery Show’s Sherrie Eugene-Hart, this panel explores how the places we come from shape the food we share, the flavours we love and the food memories from which we delight.

    Panelists include Zoe Adjonyoh who aims to bring African food to the masses through her supper clubs, cookery books, festival and TV appearances. Her widely-loved Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen takes us on a journey to Ghana, with it’s mamas and market produce influencing her unique cooking style.

    Ben Harvey is one half of the cousin-duo behind Pasta Loco, Bristol’s italian restaurant that pays tribute to the city’s community and soul through fresh plates of pasta.

    Ishita Wilkins is the unstoppable power behind Eat Your Words, the supper club that celebrates eating together and cookbooks that take us on cultural and historical journeys. Ishita is also the co-founder of Vela pop-up, bringing flavours of West Bengal and Gujarat to Bristol.

    Fozia Ismail founded Arawelo Eats in 2016, as much a platform for enjoying Somali and African food as a lense through which to explore the complex issues of race and British identity and today’s ever-changing challenging social, political and cultural contexts.

    Brain Food Series

    This event is part of Bristol Food Connections Brain Food series, a vibrant and diverse programme of talks and debates getting us to think more consciously about what we eat.

     

    This week, Brain Food talks are available at 2-for-1. Come with a friend!

     

    Paper tickets for this event can be purchased in person at the Info Point of Colston Hall between the following hours:

    Thursday 13 – Saturday 15  June:  10AM – 5PM

    Sunday 16 June:  11AM – 5PM

    Monday 17 – Thursday 20 June:  11AM – 2PM 

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