Learn to cook a brand new menu of traditional dishes from Burma with TTCF’s second offering of the Food as a Language Cooking Show package! The experience will bridge cultural and language barriers through cooking, Karen and Chin language learning, and stories from Burma. The cooking show package will include:
- access to the recorded show
- recipes for all dishes on the menu
- a bag of farm-fresh produce to prepare the dishes (serves 4)
- a memento to commemorate the experience
- a virtual meet and greet with the chefs on September 25th at 7:30 PM
Regular ticket cost for 4 people: $100 (=$25/person)
Please contact us at email@example.com if you'd like to participate but cost is prohibitive.
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(VE = Vegan; V = Vegetarian; GF = Gluten free)
Cingh Neam's Egg* Curry with Rice (V, GF)
Tri Sa’s Roselle and Potato Soup (VE, GF)
Mookho's Ginger Honey Tea (V, GF)
*Eggs can be substituted for tofu - just leave us a note in the comments at check-out.
Transplanting Traditions is a non-profit that supports a collection of small farmers through capacity building and customer service support. Nearly 100% of funds from your produce purchases goes directly to the farmers. The programs that support these farmers and others in the refugee community depend heavily on your donations through fundraisers like these. We’re so happy to have you as part of our community and look forward to building our shared experiences through food as a common language!
Special thanks to the following folks for helping make this event a success:
DAOANDMYO videography (videographer)
Miel Design Studio (marketing design partner)
Trader Joe's Chapel Hill (donor)
WCHL and Chapelboro.com (media partner)
Weaver Street Market (fiscal sponsor)
Bryna and Greg Rapp (fiscal sponsors)
Kingfisher Durham (fiscal sponsor)