Migration, Connection, and Cooking

Cook with Bay Area chefs and share stories about immigrant food traditions at this hands-on culinary event.
Photo courtesy of Slow Food East Bay.


Slow Food East Bay announces a new series of gatherings celebrating diverse cultural and culinary traditions. Join Sacred Kitchen and ITK Culinary for the kickoff event, which includes hands-on food preparation in small groups led by local chefs. Chefs share their personal and culinary histories, and then the larger group gathers for a full meal, conversation, and stories of migration and connection through food. This is the first in a series of Slow Food East Bay events focused on the ways that culture, homeland, and ethnic community inform the preparation and serving of meals. Cost: $45–$85 sliding scale. Info and registration: here
Slow Food East Bay’s Nourishing Roots: Celebrating Immigrant Food Traditions
Sunday March 31, 4–8pm
ITK Culinary
1410 62nd St, Emeryville