KUIRI KUNE means in esperanto „cooking together“. We are celebarting diversity and encounter on an equal level. We see individuality and uniqueness as a benefit.
KUIRI KUNE subsists from involvement: every participants can take turn in choosing a recipe of her/his liking.
An Alnatura Supermarket supports KUIRI KUNE with food donations. If they have not all the food we need to cook, we buy the rest and share the costs.
The Internationales Begegnungszentrum (ibz) has provided us with a kitchen to use for cooking and then we move to the café globus in ibz where we can eat and enjoy talking.
This is a selective of the dishes we already cooked together:
Italian bruschetta and pasta with pesto genovese
Somalian lamb surbiyaan (lamb-stew with basmati rice)
Arabian falafel with hummus, pita und tabouleh (cous cous-salad mit tomatos and cucumber)
Costa Rica: nacho-salad with mincemeat, avocados, cheese, sour creme and tomatos
Persian starter kuku sabzi (herb-omlette), mast-o-khiar (yoghurt dip)
kashk-e bademjan (eggplants with eggs and curcuma), salad shirazi (tomatos and cucumber)
Tunisian brik – dumplings with vegetables and tuna
Vegan zucchini-spaghetti with tofu bolognese
Eritrean ingera with beef, peeps and vegetables
Greek starters: scalloped ewe’s cheese, meatballs with ouzo, fried eggplants, eggplants with tomato sauce
Persian lamb-ragout with rice