Our social economy catering project offers a first work experience to Syrian refugee women, drawing on their culinary talents and desire to share their country's culture and history. Together we build a bridges between our cultures.
On cold winter days in Syria, the mercurydrops to around freezing point. We then buythis hot, thick milk in the small pastry shops of Damascusor Aleppo, and we drink it while walking in the street. Childrenlove it (and adults too), and it’s a great comfort!
Since we are not all equipped at home with a vertical rotisserie similar to those found in Syrian and Lebanese fast-food restaurants, we instead cook our shish-taouk chicken on skewers (on the barbecue, in the oven or even on pan!).