At Ingo’s leaving dinner last night, we realised we were yet to plan this week’s lunches… at all. So we put it to the room and it was quickly decided (based on how “quick and easy” it was) that Mohamad would teach us to make Mjadarah, a Syrian rice and lentil dish, served with fried […]Read more "Chapter Seventeen – “Mjadarah. Mjadarah?!!”"
Today, for the second time, we were relieved of our kitchen duties, this time by volunteer Doran and her friends who made a Korean feast for the visitors and residents. They were super prepared, arriving in the kitchen with everything presliced and whipping up six different dishes in hardly any time. Come 3pm, the table […]Read more "Chapter Sixteen – “Me, I’m a vegetarian too, but I don’t have a problem with meat. I eat pork.”"
Q. What do you make for a beach picnic lunch when you have 2 vegetarians, 1 flexitarian, 1 vegephobe, 1 person with texture issues and 1 16 year old who doesn’t like cheese (apart from halloumi and cream cheese, both of which he loves)? A. Turkey and Happy Cow cheese salad sandwiches (on white bread) […]Read more "Chapter Ten – “This group has a lot of issues”"