World Kitchen tapas for World Food Day

Things are heating up again at World Kitchen in Leith as members prepare to take part in World Food Day at Out of the Blue Drill Hall.  Please consider this your invitation to join us!

“Eat your way to a better world”, that’s the invitation on the World Food Day flyer and World Kitchen in Leith is really delighted to be asked to take part in this event organised by Take One Action in association with World Development Movement, Oxfam, Transition Edinburgh South and  Out of the Blue.

Not least because it means working with our friends Chris and Isi at OoTB Drill Hall Arts Cafe again. As well teaming up with  Multi-Cultural  Family Base (MCFB) now we have all recovered from our sell-out event, Multicultural Family Brunch, at the Drill Hall in March.

This time the menu is a kind of multicultural tapas with dishes from France, Spain, Africa and India as well as Scotland. As much as possible we will be using locally sourced and seasonal ingredients so you can bet that apples will be on the menu.

With live music, talks, workshops and stalls this special multicultural meal is a chance to celebrate good food – and question our global sysem of growing and distributing food among 7 billion people on our planet.

FREE ENTRY

WORLD FOOD BUFFET – £5

No need to book but first come first served!

World Food Day in Out of the Blue Drill Hall will explore the impacts of politics and economics on food supply and health of people in Scotland and around the world. The aim is to discover how we can all make a difference by the way we shop, sow and grow our own food, and take action alongside a billion people across the world.

For more information contact worldfoodday@takeoneaction.org.uk  call 0131 553 6335 and keep checking World Kitchen Events page on Facebook.  Look forward to seeing you on Sunday 16 October.

Brunch is served: flashback to the multicultural family brunch at Out of the Blue in March when we served around 100 people and helped MCFB raise £100 for their art therapy work with young people.

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