Join Hot Bread Kitchen for a Sudanese cooking class with Gladys Shahtou of Sambuxa NYC, hosted by Tiffani of Afros and Knives! This month, we’re not just in the kitchen to cook; we’re here in conversation. Join us through Black History Month into Women's History Month to hear directly from chefs as they explore themes of Black culture and identity and share their stories of what food means for them, their families, and their communities. 100% of proceeds from this class directly supports Gladys.
What's cooking: During class you'll learn the special folding technique to make Sambuxas (Sudanese samosas) with choice of beef or sweet potato filling, plus a dipping sauce.
Look for zoom link and grocery list in your ticket confirmation email!
February is Black History Month in the U.S., traditionally a time to acknowledge the central role of Black people and African-Americans in the nation’s history. In 2021, this month means a few different things to us at Hot Bread Kitchen: it is a moment to celebrate the beauty and complexity of Black culture and identity; to reflect on the multitude of Black experiences in this country and across the globe; and to reground ourselves as we continue our work to promote equity and economic opportunity for communities of color. Black History Month is also a unique opportunity to acknowledge and amplify the voices of our community, particularly our workforce members and food entrepreneurs who identify as Black or African-Americans, whose products encompass and share the culinary diversity of the African diaspora.
In Kind Sponsor
A limited number of sliding scale tickets are available. This ticket is recommended for those who have been impacted by COVID-19, or BIPOC small business owners. Sponsorship makes this ticket possible!