Laatste workshops In West!
16 Sep 2009
In september is nog plaats bij de volgende workshops:
19 en 20 september: 'Stalking the urban snoek & wort'
Amsterdam is teeming with hidden edible life forms. Plants grow on disused ground and fish abound in its canals. Stalking the urban snoek & wort is an urbanibalist adventure which will stalk, cook and eat the flesh and flora that thrive in Amsterdam West.
On 19-20 September 2009, Wietske Maas will set off with a fisherman, city botanist Claud Biemans and any adventurous souls to come along and fish and ferret food sources in Geuzenveld-Slotermeer. All sourced ingredients will be then taken to the Stedelijk in West kitchen to be cooked in collaboration with fish aficionado and fish chef (Een Vis, Twee Vis) Rolf van Dijk.
Saturday 19 September
9:15-9:30 Meeting point in The Cook, the Farmer, his Wife and their Neighbour kitchen space - Lodewijk van Deysselstraat 61, Geuzenveld-Slotermeer
9:45 -13:30h Fishing with a local fish angler to fish along the lakesides of Sloterplas - bream, roach, perch and if we're lucky, a zander (snoekbaars)
14:00 Meeting point in the Cook, the Farmer, his Wife and their Neighbour kitchen space before setting off for edible flora expedition
14:30-16:30h Foraging with city botanist Claud Biemans for pungent and spicey plants that can be used to transform the usually banal canal fish into a toothsome delicacy
Sunday 20 September
12:00-16:00h Hands-on cook session with fish chef Rolf van Dijk in The Cook, the Farmer, his Wife and their Neighbour kitchen space. This will be a collective kitchen experiment in making a recipe based on the urban-found ingredients to be tasted by the public during the Stedlijk goes West / The Cook, the Farmer, his Wife and their Neighbour Harvest day on 27 September.
If you'd like to join, you can join for one or all of the activities: the fishing expedition, the plant hunt on Saturday and/or the cooking workshop on Sunday.
For all reservations please dial or send a mail to Dasha van Amsterdam:
06 21 27 8298 / firstname.lastname@example.org