Eltigani discusses preserving the Sudanese culture that inspires his cooking.He demonstrates making tamiya and mullah; the food is a fusion of West African, Turkish, and Egyptian cuisines. Upon returning to London, Eltigani visits Tutti Cafe.
The Facebook chef teaches people around the world how to cook. Raphael simplifies the cooking process to encourage people to bring families together. Working in restaurants is boring and monotonous.
Visser describes growing up on a grape farm and transitioning to her current job. Studio H's clients include Moet and Cape Town's street food festival; generating Nostalgia is a good mechanism for branding. Visser creates a popcorn tree to increase her food memory archive.
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A Sudanese chef in London finds inspiration for his latest cookbook; using social media to share the joy of cooking; a curator creates "food experiences" for brands like Moët.
Length: 23 minutes
Copyright date: ©2018
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