Sunday 25 June 2017

The 'Stories on our Plate' Supperclub's Siberian Dinners near Battersea Park

SOOP - Stories on our Plate - is a monthly supperclub featuring different cuisines from around the world, whose proceeds go to a culinary training programme for refugee chefs.  On Thursday 29th and Friday 30th June they will be holding a Siberian supperclub at London Cooking Project in SW11, with guest chef Alissa Timoshkina who runs the very popular KinoVino supperclub.  Tickets are just £38 for each night, and it's BYOB.  Expect dips, salads, ferments, aubergine caviar, buckwheat tabouleh, vodka cocktails and more!

"Stories On Our Plate (SOOP) and Alissa Timoshkina invite you to a unique food and storytelling dinner, sharing the mixed heritage of Alissa's family and the melting pot of Siberia. Expect recipe cards, interactive questions, and more! 
Alissa was born in Siberia, Russia, into a family of Ukrainian Jewish origin and has resided in the UK since the late 1990s. Having gained a PHD in Holocaust and film studies, Alissa worked as a lecturer and film curator until her passion for cooking and feeding took over entirely and she embarked on a new career path. She now hosts a successful supper club - KinoVino, which marries film and food, while also running private dining experiences, food popups and Russian-themed food gatherings. 
All proceeds from the monthly SOOP supper clubs go towards the SOOP culinary training programme for refugee chefs. 
As with every SOOP monthly supper club the menu is in the spirit of sharing. For this month, expect dips, salads, ferments, aubergine caviar, buckwheat tabouleh, vodka cocktails, and more!"

When - Thursday 29th & Friday 30th June 2017
7pm - 10pm

Where - London Cooking Project, 1 Ethelburga Street, SW11 4AG

Tickets - £38 from Grub Club here


Get directions with Citymapper

Link - SOOP on Facebook

Get more events like this

I have created a weekly newsletter to feature news about all of the latest and best pop-up and temporary things in London.  Please sign up below!

See this week's newsletter here

No comments:

Post a Comment