Meet Our Volunteers: Leila Gamaz

We're really missing the 91 Ways community and hoping it won't be too long until we can all get together again, to share food and stories, talk through the trials and tribulations of the last few months, and enjoy each others company - in real life rather than through screens! In the meantime we wanted to introduce you to some very special people: the 91 Ways volunteers. We have a fantastic team of volunteers that give up their free time to help out with our events and we couldn't carry out our work without them, so we thought we'd take this…


Celebrate Fair Saturday With Us

On Saturday 30 November, the day after Black Friday, Bristol will join more than 130 cities across the world to celebrate Fair Saturday. 91 ways and BCC will be hosting a Breakfast to bring our city together with cooks from different cultures to make a share a breakfast dish. 

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The Magic of Dal Lunch

We are delighted to be partnering with the Bristol Hindu Temple for a dal celebration as part of this year’s British Dal Festival. We will be cooking up a delicious dal feast, eating together, sharing dal recipes and exchanging our food heritage memories and stories. Bring your friends and family and you to join us to celebrate the magic of dal. Temple tours will be running at the following times 12.15, 12.30, 13.00, 13.15 This a family friendly event. Tickets are FREE but due to limited space you must book a ticket in advance.

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Ode to Dal

Kalpna Woolf, Founder of 91 Ways to Build a Global City shares with us her story of her Mum's Curcumin Loaded Chana Dal. "We know that dal is a staple for millions of people across the world, giving daily and often much needed all-round nourishment, but dal is also a fundamental symbol of the culture of a community (it is a cultural touchstone) and as such it is with pride and affection that dal dishes are placed at the centre of a table of food (not as a side-dish) and recipes lovingly handed down to generations. Dal is a feature at…

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