in partnership with Soft Touch Arts
Thursday, October 15, 2020
Sunday, October 18, 2020
Join Zimbabwean chef, Linton Magume, to learn how to cook two flavour-packed dishes loved by our ROOTs group, and passed down through their families.
Alongside an aromatic spiced tomato dish (perfect for serving with rice or chapatis), we’ll be cooking onion bhajis, and there’s even a bonus recipe included on our recipe cards for a chutney dipping sauce for you to really make a meal of it!
Bespoke recipe cards, illustrated by Emma Dibben, can be download here:
Onion Bhaji and Chutney Recipe
Onion Bhaji and Chutney Easy Read Recipe
Spiced Tomatoes Easy Read Recipe
We created a Global Kitchen playlist for you to enjoy on Spotify. Click here for tasty tunes.
Share the results of your cookalong parties at home on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter with #JourneysFestival.
We can’t wait to see you for what promises to be a brilliant evening of fine food and marvellous music. We hope you enjoy creating your own Global Kitchen dinner party!
Click here to go to the YouTube cookalong from 7:30pm or you can watch anytime by clicking the video to the right and making it full screen.
There will also be the opportunity to ask questions about the dishes and connect with other people in the Global Kitchen in the live chat function on YouTube.
Click here to share your thoughts about Global Kitchen and the chance to win £100 High Street Voucher plus a £50 donation to a charity of your choice.
If you have any questions or would like to get in touch, please contact Elaine@artreach.biz
Crowdfunded by Spacehive with additional donations from British Red Cross Family Refugee Integration Fund, BID Leicester, Leicester City Mayor’s Community Fund and Ward funding. This project has been
part funded by the European Union Asylum, Migration and Integration Fund. Making management of migration flows more efficient across the European Union.