Black Isle Bakery
Join the Terroir Sunday Salon for intimate conversations and light meals inspired by our guests in Berlin.
We're kicking off the series by celebrating the feasts of the Islamic world, in conversation with chef, writer and author of Feast: The Food of the Islamic World, Anissa Helou.
What to expect
Come and join us for a light Sunday meal, tea and conversation with Anissa as we explore the importance of the feast in Islamic tranditions and the cultural importance of celebration. Inspired by Anissa's cookbook recipes, they'll also be a light meal prepared by Ruth Barry, owner of Black Isle Bakery.
Anissa Helou is a chef, food writer, journalist, broadcaster, consultant and blogger focusing on the cuisines and culinary heritage of the Middle East, Mediterranean and North Africa. Born and raised between Beirut, Lebanon, and Mashta el-Helou, Syria, she knows the Mediterranean as only a well-traveled native can. She was listed in 2013 in the Arabian Business Magazine as one of the “100 Most Powerful Arab Women” and on the “500 Most Influential Arabs”.
Anissa is the author of numerous award-winning cookbooks including Sweet Middle East, Levant and The Fifth Quarter. Her newest book, Feast: The Food of the Islamic World, was published to great acclaim in May 2018 and has already been short-listed for the Art of Eating award.
Tickets cost 39€ and include all food and drink. Signed copies of Feast: The Food of the Islamic World will also be available on the evening for an additional cost.