Displaced Kitchens - Refugee Hosted Bedouin Dinner @ SpreadHouse

Bridging the Gap through Komeeda

$65

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Time Fri Jul 7
8 PM - 10 PM

Location SpreadHouse
116 Suffolk St
New York, Ny 10002

Price $65

Displaced Kitchens - Refugee Hosted Bedouin Dinner

Each experience will feature a five-course menu reflective of the "chef-ugee's" native land. Taste the flavors of our hosts' native cuisine, the dishes that brings them back to their memories of calm and comfort. As they share their most intimate and vivid stories of their journey to America, engage with you chef-ugee host, fellow curious eaters, and financially support our hosts' resettlement efforts to alleviate their struggles.


Cuisine: Middle-Eastern

Meal: Traditional
For Purchase: Beer, Wine

MENU

Salata Jarjeer
Arugula salad with mushrooms and onions tossed with a pomegranate molasses dressing
Batata Harra
Pan fried seasoned Cubed Potatoes with Cilantro and Garlic
Za'atar Sprouts
Flash fried brussels sprouts tossed with za'atar, sumac, and cashew
Bedouin Chicken
slow-cooked, pulled chicken in a traditional broth served over red rice topped with pita crisps, walnuts and tahini yogurt
Zalatimo Baklava à la Mode
Cashew stuffed baklava with a side of ice cream from the recipe book of the original baklava makers of Jerusalem

About SpreadHouse

Spreadhouse cafe & bar is opening their doors for a socially engaging experience to enjoy a bedouin style dinner cooked by a recently resettled "chef-ugee" during the Islamic month of Ramadan. The experience is co-hosted by Komeeda, Mazeish Grill, & SpreadHouse Cafe.

Website: https://www.facebook.com/pg/SpreadhouseCafe

Location: 116 Suffolk St New York, Ny 10002

SpreadHouse photo

About The "Chef-ugees"

The "Chef-ugees" photo

The Displaced Kitchen #eatkomeeda series is a campaign aimed to bring together to hear a perspective of a recently resettled refugee. We will introduce refugees to share their story over a feast that reminds them of home. Our "Chef-ugee" hosts left conflict zones for safety, and have resettled here in New York City. -- All of whom experienced hardship to survive, and hardship acclimating into our society, the Displaced Kitchens is aimed to bridge the gap through food by providing them an outlet to share their journey, and their cuisine with our Kommunity. --- Photo Credit: Luc Kordas / Metro NY