High Tea Roots

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High Tea Roots Poster

Summary

Join us for a collective cooking workshop that reimagines High Tea using British, Ethiopian, Turkish and Ghanaian dishes created by local residents.

Date & time

Ongoing from 15 November 2019 to 5 December 2019

High Tea Roots
Day Date Start & end times

Event Details

Address:Queensborough Community Centre
Scovell Road
London

Post code:SE1 1PX

Tickets:No tickets needed

Open hours:18.30 - 20.00

Description

HIgH TEA ROOTS: Join us in reinventing the classic British institution of High Tea, sampling culinary roots of some of Blackfriars’ residents, including British, Ethiopian, Turkish and Ghanaian. This sharing of food will provide opportunities for more cross-cultural foods to emerge in the neighbourhood. The cooking sessions will teach participants how to cook fusion cuisine and produce food to create a celebratory High Tea. The food produced will be served at two Lore of Blackfriars community events – the Boyfield Street Festival on the 30th November and the Community garden Party on 6th December at Peabody’s Blackfriars estate Trial Cook-up Friday 15th November 11am-3pm Queensborough Community Centre Scovell Road, London, SE1 1PX Join a free test cooking session where we will be trying out a number of recipes for High Tea Roots. The recipes will explore Ethiopian and Turkish cuisine through the expert guidance of local Peabody estate residents Sosina and Sultan. No previous experience required. Please RSVP by emailing carlotta@publicworksgroup.net or call 07926710660 First Cook-Session Friday 29 November 2019 12 – 3pm We will be cooking for the Boyfield Street Festival Queensborough Community Centre London SE1 1QQ Free cooking workshop No previous experience required To let us know you are joining the workshop please email: carlotta@publicworksgroup.net Second Cook-Session Thursday 5 December 2019 12 – 3pm We will be cooking for the Community Garden Party at the Peabody’s Blackfriars Estate garden Queensborough Community Centre London SE1 1QQ Free cooking workshop No previous experience required To let us know you are joining the workshop please email: carlotta@publicworksgroup.net More about the Lore of BLackfriars: Throughout October and November, local groups and residents are invited to participate in workshops and community events that will showcase the wealth of knowledge that exists, yet are rarely recorded, in our neighbourhoods. residents can take part in a complaints choir, listening workshops, pop up presentations by residents on a repurposed milk float, a tea trolley dance, a high tea imagined and produced with local cooks, and much more. then, join us for two public celebratory events that will bring to life the Lore of Blackfriars on 30th November at Boyfield street, and 6th December at the community garden on Peabody’s blackfriars estate. The Lore of Blackfriars is a public art commission by Southwark Council, funded by Section 106 contributions for public art connected to the Barratts Homes development at 128-150 Blackfriars Road, and developed and delivered by Public Works in collaboration with local residents. If you want to contribute to the events, join any of the workshops or want to find out more please get in touch: E lore@publicworksgroup.net or visit our website: www.loreofblackfriars.cargo.site

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