Community Book Read – What We Hunger For
In this collection, fourteen writers from refugee and immigrant families write about their complicated, poignant, funny, difficult, joyful, and ongoing relationships to food, cooking, and eating. They journey to Algeria, to Thailand, to Uganda to soothe body and mind; connect with generations past and present through rituals and recipes handed down from parent to child; and savor the flavors of home, whether creating familiar dishes in less familiar places or coming to appreciate ancestral wisdom translated into modern foodways. *Please note, authors are requiring all attendees to wear a mask.
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