Syrian food and conversation: having difficult conversations with friends Open Kitchens P
Date(s) - 08/15/2020
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm
Boston Social Dinners Meetup
Open Kitchens Project
Join us for socially distanced dinner and online conversation held in the comfort of your own home. Curbside dinner pickup is available in Somerville MA and Minneapolis, MN.
Syrian menu (Somerville, MA):
Appetizer: Falafel with mint and tahini sauce/dip and stuffed eggplant *nuts
Chicken Shawarma plate *dairy and Kofta kabob (beef and lamb)
Green salad, hummus, and Syrian bread and rice
Dessert – Baklava or Kunifa *dairy
Chef – Chef Sam Edrissi, a Syrian immigrant, long-time chef, and restaurant owner. www.samsfalafel.com
Curator – Tom McSteen is the Founder of Sacred Discourse, which is an intentional, heart-centered framework for having relational and connected conversations between individuals, within groups, and across society. Tom McSteen retired from a legal career in 2016; now, in addition to delivering Sacred Discourse services, Tom is a somatic and ontological life coach. For more on Tom and the entire Sacred Discourse team, visit www.sacreddiscourse.com/about-1
Will Osmun, Ph.D. is passionate about social equity through the lens of personal, community, and organizational change. Will’s primary focus is on the factors that create resistance to equity and entrench cultural dehumanization and then providing clients with practical methods to address and overcome them. He facilitates conversations on issues of othering, bias, employment, retention, inclusion, collaboration, and leadership.
Go to Open Kitchens Project to purchase your ticket. Cost is $40 / person and includes a complete meal with curbside pickup.