Feb 23 | 6:30pm - 7:45pm
Join the women of Sanctuary Kitchen in a cooking demonstration of Iraqi Fasuliya, a white bean and tomato stew! Sanctuary Kitchen is a program of CitySeed with the goal to promote and celebrate the culinary traditions, cultures, and stories of refugees resettled in Connecticut and create economic and community development opportunities. Bring your ingredients to your computer and follow along at home!
Thank you to the Yale Center for Business and the Environment for sponsoring this workshop!
Sanctuary Kitchen by CitySeed
Sanctuary Kitchen, a program of CitySeed in partnership with a network of community volunteers, was formed in 2017 to promote and celebrate the culinary traditions, cultures, and stories of refugees resettled in Connecticut.
We believe that refugees and immigrants arrive here with the potential to contribute their own unique skills and passions to the diverse and changing face of the Greater New Haven Area. By going beyond the headlines and creating opportunities for meaningful encounters through food, Sanctuary Kitchen aims to create economic development opportunities for refugees and immigrants, improve cultural understanding, mutual appreciation, and build a stronger sense of community.