Share Recipe
Anastasia Chaguidouline

Share recipes that are close to one’s heart and / or heritage.

Behind every favourite recipe lies a story. Where does the recipe come from, how did one encounter it? Is it a national, family recipe or not at all? Does it come from the times of travelling and exploring? What does a recipe represent? Times of scarcity or times of wealth? Fusion or transcultural narratives?

Title of the dish:
Name of the author:

Story of the dish:
[Write down the story of the recipe, its cultural, migratory and personal implications]

Sort of dish:
[Snack / Starter / Main / Side dish/ dessert]

Ingredients list
[Please make a list for 4 rations]

Recipe instruction:
[Please give a step by step guide]

[Your personal background. Optional]

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Realization Share Recipes Pongpan Suriyapat
Brenzkirche, Stuttgart