Last August, 2050 has organized a first cooking session for NIK inviting two young refugees from Pakistan and Mali, Rohan and Mohammed, and three high school students from the local “Liceo Scientifico” to learn how to cook the “Chicken Karahi”.

We spent the morning grocery shopping and learning how to mix the different ingredients. The three local teenagers have been recruited to support the preparation. Chicken Karahi is a curry dish, cooked with few basic ingredients and is one of the most traditional dishes in Pakistan. The young group of cooks have enjoyed the delicious food prepared at the I-Flow fablab in Portogruaro, where 2050 will hold more cooking sessions for NIK until the end of the year.