We are so excited to have you joining us for one of our events. Expect creative plant based food, friendly and nice atmosphere and excellent natural wines.
WOMEN’S COOKING PROJECT – KEREN RUBENSTEIN – ISRAELI KITCHEN
Join us on Friday, 29th of November, from 19:00 on at Westside Slotermeer, Burgemeester de Vlugtlaan 125, Amsterdam.
Keren Rubenstein from Keren’s Kitchen is the chef of this edition. Keren’s kitchen is at the core of the Israeli cuisine with strong Palestinian and Arabic influences. Pure and fresh ingredients, fresh cooking and outspoken flavors is what makes her cooking so Israeli.
For the last 3 years Keren has been leading the successful facebook group Amsterdam Cooks where thousands of home cooks and professional cooks are coming together and create food experiences. The remarkable thing about the group is the high amount of women that present their culinary skills and share their passion.
Keren is the first person we thought of when we started this project. She is the most amazing chef that you still don’t know of. If only for her, it was worth starting this project.
On the photo: Keren’s Shakshuka (non vegan, but the dinner is 100% vegan ;))
Women are underrepresented in the mainstream food scene. The majority of chefs, food writers and food personalities are men. We would like to provide a platform for women to highlight their talent as chefs and home cooks. In addition, aim to expose the public to the unique opportunity of tasting these women’s culinary wonders and hear their story.
You will get the chance to taste the miraculous foods of chefs, home cooks, refugees, mothers, grandmothers, stars of the culinary scene and experimental food designers. Powering each dinner is a woman with her own story, her own kitchen, her own voice.
All our menus are vegan and sugar free.
During the event we will host live musicians.
The menu: 25 euros (all courses included)
𝗔𝗽𝗽𝗲𝘁𝗶𝘇𝗲𝗿𝘀 𝗼𝗻 𝘁𝗵𝗲 𝘁𝗮𝗯𝗹𝗲:
Druze style stuffed vine leaves – filled with soft round rice, rich with fresh olive oil and tangy lemon with a spark of garlic.
Roasted tomato and sage dip with fresh rustic sourdough bread – Using middle eastern extra virgin olive oil with tangy sweet roasted tomatoes and fried sage, makes the perfect plate to dip a fresh piece of homemade sourdough bread
Colorful Beetroot Carpaccio with pistachio-mint vinaigrette – Layers of thin roasted beetroot intertwined with the fresh taste of mint, nutty pistachio and creamy olive oil vinaigrette.
Smokey Eggplant and Freekeh – Full roasted eggplant rests on top of a pile of smoked young durum wheat on a cloud of creamy tahini topped with tomato seeds and roasted pine nuts
Za’atar Manakish – Fresh flat pita bread with Za’atar and olive oil.
Broad bean salad – Broad beans bursting with flavor, covered in rose harissa, fermented lemon and fresh coriander
Halva Ice cream – Served on top of crispy Kadaif with date honey and maple walnuts
Come as you are and bring your family and friends! Women’s cooking project is open to anyone of any color, gender, age and origin. We would love to create an encouraging, loving and patient environment for the chefs and the customers for a more loving, compassionate and peaceful world.
Can’t wait to see you there!
Keren, Chieri, Alexander.