If you are planning to attend the AAFCS Annual Conference and Expo in St. Louis, don’t miss out on the IFHE-US Cultural Evening, June 23 from 7-9 p.m. at the Hampton Inn – Gateway Arch (a short walk from the Hyatt). Experience genuine Syrian food and hear the story of a Syrian refugee who has started a catering business with the help of Welcome Neighbors STL. Welcome Neighbors STL organizes Supper Clubs where refugees can prepare and share their native foods as a way to raise funds for refugee families. Mawda Altayan started with the Supper Clubs and has now opened her own catering business, DamascusFoodSTL. Hear her story and taste her delicious food! The menu will include (all but the chicken are vegetarian):
Hummus with pita bread
Baba Ganoush (grilled eggplant with fresh vegetables such as parsley, green peppers, tomatoes and pomegranate molasses and tahini served with pita bread)
Chicken shawarma sandwiches (chicken, garlic cream, pickles, wrapped in pita bread)
Yalangi (grape leaves stuffed with rice and vegetables)
Pre-registration by June 17 is required using the attached registration form. This event is open to all, so invite your non-IFHE member friends to join you. This is an event you won’t want to miss!
Joyce Cavanagh, Ph.D., CPFFE2019-Cultural-Evening-Flyer