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Transnational meeting in ancient Portogruaro, Italy

We just finished our third Transnational Project Meeting in Portogruaro, near Venice, in northern Italy. Associazione 2050 did a wonderful job, with a good working program, some nice cultural activities and a cooking session with a newcomer. We presented and… Continue Reading →

Cooking with refugees to promote the hotel and hospitality industry

The cooking and multiplier event in the project Newcomers in Kitchen took place on 12.04. 2019 in the Brillat-Savarin school, OSZ Gastgewerbe Berlin, Germany’s biggest vocational school, with a focus on the hotel and hospitality industry. Initiated by the colleagues… Continue Reading →

Dutch Newcomers in the Kitchen Event in Alkmaar

During the first week of April Clusius College in Alkmaar organised a broad NIK-event. Students from the food program and Newcomers from the language class prepared a delicious multi-cultural meal together in the cooking lab of the school. It was… Continue Reading →

Project day NIK at Clusius College

This day is part of the preparation of the cooking event. Testing the recipes is one thing but it is also important to know how to serve the dishes at the event. In the morning the students participated in a… Continue Reading →

Funding Newcomers Kitchen

Most Newcomers Kitchen and Cooking projects are funded by the government. This might be on local, regional, national or even European Level like our own ERASMUS+ NIK-project. Funding Newcomers kitchen sessions for the long run is a great challenge. Newcomers… Continue Reading →

Design of the cooking sessions at Clusius College

The teachers of the department food of Clusius College have made the manual for the students who are involved in the project. During 8 weeks the food technology students will work on the project. The first day is February 11…. Continue Reading →

Celebrating the day of the three kings with NIK

On January 5th, when Italians celebrate the arrival of the Three Kings at the light of bonfires, with warm wine and pinza – the typical sweet bread of Venice – and the Befana (the Old Lady), the Italian NIK team… Continue Reading →

Design of the NIK Cooking lessons in Denmark

The cooking lessons are is a cooperation between UngOdense and Kold College. 10 cooking lessons between newcomers and VET-teachers as well as language teachers will be conducted with focus on the Danish open sandwich. Professional content of lessons e.g.: Fermenting… Continue Reading →

What to eat in Denmark

Do you want to learn about the eating habits in Denmark? When you walk around a city like Copenhagen you can find all kinds of street food like Polse (Danish hotdogs), Smorrebord and Pulled dock. They are especially fond of… Continue Reading →

Give Something Back To Berlin

Give Something Back To Berlin (GSBTB) is an award-winning project platform and network fostering community integration, intercultural dialogue and participation among Berlin’s diverse migrant populations. They work as a connector, creator and catalyst for all sorts of grassroots driven social… Continue Reading →

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