Learn to cook traditional dishes from Burma with TTCF’s Food as a Language Virtual Cooking Show! The experience will bridge cultural and language barriers through cooking, Karen language learning, and stories from Burma. The evening will include:
- access to the recorded show
- recipes for all dishes on the menu
- a bag of farm-fresh produce to prepare the dishes (serves 4)
- a traditional dessert (serves 4)
- a virtual Q &A session with farmers and TTCF staff
- a memento to commemorate the experience
Regular ticket cost for 4 people: $100 (=$25/person)
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(V = Vegan; GF = Gluten free)
Pot Shu's Ta ka paw - traditional stew made during the rice harvest in Burma (V, GF)
Tri Sa’s Signature Root Salad w/ Sesame Lime Dressing (V, GF)
Zar Ree's Pau ee buh - sweet sticky rice dessert wrapped in banana leaves (V, GF)
Transplanting Traditions is a non-profit that supports a collection of small farmers through capacity building and customer service support. Nearly 100% of funds from your produce purchases goes directly to the farmers. The programs that support these farmers and others in the refugee community depend heavily on your donations through fundraisers like these. We’re so happy to have you as part of our community and look forward to building our shared experiences through food as a common language!