Art Bites – Africa: Eritrean Kitchen BOOKED OUT!
23 Mar 2015 | Monday 6:00pm to 9:00pm
Brisbane City Council’s Art Bites – Africa is a programme of free arts workshops designed for all Brisbane residents to explore the traditions of the African continent and discover their creative abilities. Learn West African drumming, create delicious Eritrean meals or shake your hips to the wild dance of The Congo. These workshops are for everyone. Grab a friend or make new ones while discovering the colourful nations of Africa!
Let’s cook! Go on a delectable food safari with Mu’ooz Restaurant’s master chef and learn the art of preparing the exotic cuisine of Eritrea. Budding chefs will be guided to create a delicious traditional meal of Beef Zighni (spicy beef curry), Brusn (lentil dish) and Enjera (sour flatbread) and at the end enjoy an African feast with other participants.
Facilitator – MU’OOZ RESTAURANT
“Mu’ooz”, means “tasty and healthy” in Tigrinya, the language of Eritrea and parts of Ethiopia. Mu’ooz Restaurant has been operating for over 10 years with their beginnings in Moorooka. They offer exclusive North-East African cuisine using local and imported African ingredients while providing exceptional quality service. They are a Brisbane based not for profit social enterprise, set-up in 2003 by the “Eritrean Australian Women & Family Support Network Inc. Mu’ooz’s aim is to give work experience, training, and employment opportunities to African refugees, helping to break down the cross-cultural barriers.
**Please note this workshop repeats on Monday 20, April
Presented by Brisbane City Council
Produced by BEMAC
|Dates:||Monday 23 March|
|Time:||6:00pm to 9:00pm|
|Tickets:||Free Event. Bookings Required.|
|Address:||Mu'ozz Restaurant 54 Mollison St, West End|