We set the table at the 22nd Antiracist Festival with flavors from 20 countries
The best way to get to get closer with another person, is to sit with on a set table. The best way to get in touch with any popular culture is to taste the local cuisine. Because since the beginning of Humanity’s time, people came together around a steaming pot, where stories are narrated. Because ever since human beings can remember themselves the image of peace and happiness is identified with a set table..
At the 22nd Antiracist Festival we set a huge multi-cultural table, all of us, all together; refugees, migrants, locals. A table full of flavors and traditional dishes coming from 20 different countries where we can all fit in.
We try delicious receipts from Egypt, Ethiopia, Ivory Coast, Afghanistan, Venezuela, Zimbabwe, Iran, Cameroon, Kurdistan, Madagascar, Malaysia, Morocco, Mozambique, Nigeria, South Africa, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Sudan, Turkey-Kurdistan, Philippines.
At the festival, there will also not be missing the Raki Mezedes from “Rakadiko”, the flavors of the Collective Kitchen “El Chef”, Hussein’s kebabs and Felekis’ souvlakia.