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Ethiopian cookery class with Woin

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 2018-11-27 08:23
Saturday, December 8, 2018 - 11:30
Arebyte Studios
117 Wallis Road
E9 5LN

Learn the secrets to cooking a range of vegan-friendly Ethiopian dishes, followed by a sit-down lunch with Woin.

This is your chance to learn a brand new cuisine, support an amazing cause, and eat great food!

Mesasge from Woin "My name is Woin and I am from Ethiopia. Whilst living in Ethiopia I was always surrounded by my friends and family, so it has felt isolating at times living in the UK, and not having my people around me. What I really love about Migrateful is it gives me an opportunity to make friends, and feel that my Ethiopian culture is accepted and celebrated here. I mainly prepare vegan Ethiopian food because I eat vegan food every Wednesday and Friday which is the Ethiopian Christian tradition."

Migrateful is very excited to be partnering with furniture and design project Kilubukila to bring you a special experience in Hackney Wick studios open space on the 8th December. Kilubukila is a project on African and European identity as applied to furniture and interior. Born in France, Jess was raised between French and Congolese cultures. He now lives in London. Starting leisure classes in upholstery and woodworking, the concept depicting people’s multiple identities in realm of the domestic gave birth to the Kilubukila Project currently offering up-cycled and new furnitures from his Hackney workshop.

117 Wallis Road , London, E9 5LN

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