Teaching Ethnic Cuisine As A Platform For Cultural Exchange

Teaching Ethnic Cuisine As A Platform For Cultural Exchange
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A San Francisco start-up employs immigrant women to host classes teaching food lovers about their respective ethnic cuisine.

Timothy Ryan, PSFK Labs
  • 19 august 2011

Culture Kitchen is a San Francisco start-up connecting food lovers with experts at traditional ethnic home cooking in a classroom setting. The group employs immigrant women with no experience working as professional chefs to host classes and share their expertise with a group of eager participants. Food becomes a medium for cultural exchange as students not only immerse themselves in the art of making a foreign cuisine, but learn about the people behind the food.

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