Grab your apron and hear all about flour, armenian bread, semoulina, the sinking Netherlands and dry feet, explosive flour, blue chocolate, carbon monoxide and bread; and more... as we celebrate International Flour Month with:
-Legendary Rabah Ourrad aka Donquishoot, Algerian rapper from the first-ever Arabic speaking rap band MBS, but also Masterchef judge and restaurant owner will host a mini cooking show and teach us to cook traditional Algerian pancakes called Baghrir
-Teun Castelein, artist, designer, one-man conglomerate and our resident mill expert will tell us how he keeps his feet dry and how and why Netherlands is not yet sinking.
-Anne Baber Wallis an epidemiologist and a global health historian. She studies women’s health globally, with the goal of helping to reduce maternal and infant deaths. She has ongoing research projects in West Africa, the US, Armenia, and Romania, and she collaborates with researchers elsewhere in eastern Europe and India. Anne will share with us her research finding.
-Artashes Tadevosyan Professor, Yerevan State Medical University after Mkhitar Heratsi, Department of Public Health and Health Care, Yerevan, Armenia. Together with Anne Baber Wallis, they have measured CO- carbon monoxide, particulates, and biological and health factors in more than 90 households in Armenia.
-Andre Fonfrede, owner of Le Petit Caporal, a renowned bakery in Nelly’s hometown- Valence- specialising in making blue cakes
-Sam Bompas- co founder of Bompas and Parr, experiential food design studio based in London and renowned for their jelly sculptures. Sam will share some insights on the explosive nature of flour.
-Kate Leahy Cookbook author, freelance writer. And co-author of the book: LAVASH, a deep dive into Armenia's favourite bread.
-Ara Zada, half Armenian and half Egyptian Executive Chef specializing in recipe development and food styling and co-author of the book: LAVASH, a deep dive into Armenia's favourite bread. Together with Kate, they will host a cooking show on Jingalov Hat!
-Djamel Ait Idir owner of Khamsa Algerian Restaurant in Brixton, London and, recent coeliac will tell us about the development of his latest book on the history of algerian cuisine.
-Thris Tian, legend DJ and co-founder of Worldwide FM will share his love for custard but also will do Sitraka, Victoria and Nelly's appraisal as that is their 9th show.... will the show continue? Listen until the end to find out what happened!
Production- Victoria Adams and Sitraka Rakotoniaina
Hosted by Dr. Nelly Ben Hayoun- Stépanian