In a turbulent world, food has become a symbol of resilience and survival and its important that we all get involved in leveraging the power of food to make a positive difference for individuals, cultures and countries.
What can you do?
Bring our adventure-filled course, Conflict Cuisine®: An Introduction to War and Peace Around the Dinner Table, to your campus, community group, club or association and prepare for an immersive and thought-provoking experience that will change the way you think about food forever.
What you and your group will learn through Conflict Cuisine®: An Introduction to War and Peace Around the Dinner Table:
The vocabulary related to what is now called social gastronomy (the use of food to promote the common good).
Culinary diplomacy, gastrodiplomacy and how governments and civil society use these concepts to build a more peaceful world through food.
The way in which food drives conflict, and the complex interrelationship between climate change, water supply and urbanization.
U.S. policies that support global food security.
Diaspora cuisines in Washington, DC area and in other parts of the United States.
The importance of food as tool for social justice, for empowerment and for resilience.
Explore local projects centered around practicing social gastronomy.
Consume meals prepared by diaspora chefs and learn how these foods are prepared and where ingredients are sourced.
Gain a better understanding of why food is essential not only for survival, but for the economy.
This course is a rare opportunity learn about Conflict Cuisine® from one of the most respected thought leaders in the field. For more information about bringing the course to your campus, group, association or community, firstname.lastname@example.org or fill out the form on our Contact page.