Eat, Share, Love with Kalpna Woolf and Miranda El Khazen 21/06/22 (Independent Bookshop Week)
Eat, Share, Love with Kalpna Woolf and Miranda El Khazen 21/06/22 (Independent Bookshop Week)
Eat, Share, Love with Kalpna Woolf and Miranda El Khazen 21/06/22 (Independent Bookshop Week)
Eat, Share, Love with Kalpna Woolf and Miranda El Khazen 21/06/22 (Independent Bookshop Week)
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Eat, Share, Love with Kalpna Woolf and Miranda El Khazen 21/06/22 (Independent Bookshop Week)

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Our second event of Independent Bookshop Week sees us welcome Kalpna Woolf, writer of Eat, Share, Love and founder of 91 Ways; and Miranda El Khazen of Shorkk, to discuss the role of food in the community - how it can bring people together, provide employment opportunities, and improve our city.

Event Date: Tuesday 21st June 2022

Location: The Eastfield, Henleaze Road (The conservatory within the pub)

Time: 19:30

Cost: £5

The ticket price is redeemable against purchase of Eat, Share, Love by Kalpna Woolf (£20 in hardback). All proceeds from sales of Eat Share Love go to the award-winning charity 91 Ways.

We ask that you purchase a drink from the bar at The Eastfield when attending the event to help support the venue. Thank you.

ABOUT THE BOOK

Eat, Share, Love is a unique collection of 91 beautiful recipes and the compelling personal stories behind them. This timely cook book features mouth-watering dishes from often under-represented cuisines, including berbere-spiced Eritrean stews, fragrant Iranian saffron rice, fresh Sudanese salads, celebratory sweet pancakes made at Holi, and much more. It also reveals the fascinating memories attached to dishes, from romance blossoming over a tantalising Persian ghormeh sabzi to gathering with family and friends to make Moldovan cheese dumplings. 

ABOUT KALPNA WOOLF

Kalpna Woolf is a seasoned foodie and experienced family cook. In a 20-year BBC career as a Head of Production she has overseen some of the BBC’s most well known food series, featuring everyone from Nigella Lawson to Rick Stein, Nigel Slater and Lorraine Pascale. She has launched food festivals, judged food awards, launched Bristol social enterprise 91 Ways. In 2013, she won the prestigious Asian Woman of Achievement award.

91 Ways is a Bristol-based community-focused social enterprise named after the 91 languages spoken in the city. Its aim is to bridge the gaps between Bristol’s communities and build a more united city by encouraging people to share their personal food journeys, recipes, and passions. 

https://91ways.org

ABOUT MIRANDA EL KHAZEN

Miranda El Khazen is the co-founder of Shorkk, a small, socially-minded business based in Bristol, with roots in Scotland and Lebanon, run by Miranda and Philippe el Khazen. They support local food producers in Lebanon by putting premium, ethically-traded Lebanese products in UK kitchen cupboards and connecting with people who, like us, care about what they cook and where it comes from.

https://shorkk.com


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