Memories from the Seychelles

Anne Barr was one of 91 Ways’ 180 guests who came to our launch back in June. Together we made new friends from all over the world as we shared a global banquet. Anne remembers her favourite childhood meal being fish and chips wrapped in newspaper, “It always reminded me of the seaside!” Anne is now a passionate … Continue reading Memories from the Seychelles

Pav’s Bulgarian Banitsa

Pav was interviewed by Martin Evans on BBC Radio Bristol as part of their weekday lunchtime link with 91 Ways in August. Pav brought in freshly made traditional Bulgarian Banitsa for him to try – still warm in the pan! Banitsa is a layered cheese and pastry dish. Pav said, “in Bulgaria it can eaten … Continue reading Pav’s Bulgarian Banitsa

Rissa’s story: food and identity are central to preserving a tradition which shapes who we are

Rissa Mohabir was born in Guyana (previously known as British Guiana). Rissa begins her story “this sets the scene that all colonies have in common, in that a country is built with the importation of people to work and serve the British Empire. My grandparents and their family from India were amongst those who crossed oceans … Continue reading Rissa’s story: food and identity are central to preserving a tradition which shapes who we are