MAD Monday | Migration

15 May 2017

Speakers discussed, how centuries of movement of people, of seeds, and of agricultural, culinary, and cultural practices shaped the wealth of tastes and experiences available in our kitchens and restaurants. In an age of movement of people, ideas, climate, and capital across borders, we set to explore the learnings from our changing palate, plates, and kitchens.

 

Thorsten Schmidt
Head Chef, Restaurant Barr; Founder, Malling and Schmidt in Århus; and VILD MAD consultant

Emma-Jayne Abbots
Anthropologist, University of Wales Trinity Saint David

Trine Hahnemann
Founder, Hahnemanns Køkken; Cookbook Author

Morten Goll
Co-Founder/Executive Director, Trampoline House (Copenhagen nonprofit)

Zohra Yaqoubi & Hana and Houda Hussein
Members of Trampoline House and Sisters’ Cuisine (catering)

Natasha Al-Hariri (moderator)
Lawyer and Community Organizer

 

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