- Session 1: The Culture Tree promotes South Asian culture through educational and enrichment programs. Chef Anu will kick off the event by leading a workshop on flavor-filled soups, salads, and sandwiches.
- Session 2: Wa-Shokuiku combines the Japanese words “Washoku” (Japanese food) and “Shokuiku” (food education). During this session, Chef Mayumi will teach us how to create our own versions of “Onigiri” (Japanese rice balls).
Foodtober is a month of activities and events celebrating and examining our connection to food. Foodtober is organized by the Yale Alumni Association of New York, connecting Yalies with each other and our communities. Net proceeds from Foodtober events have benefitted the Yale Sustainable Food Project, City Growers and Just Food, and support ongoing programming at Yale.NYC — to date, we have raised over $18,000!
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