July's discussion group is "Got Milk? Recipes and Stories Around How Food Has Shaped Our Identities."
Anthony Bourdain once noted that, “The way you make an omelet reveals your character.” Cooking, baking, eating, and drinking are all something that is inseparable from our personhood. How does cooking (along with baking, eating, and drinking) reveals about our identities, experiences, and culture? July Discussion Group will be an experiential discussion where we will not only dialogue about our relationship with food, but also understand how food and identities influence one another as we utilize all of our senses. If you have any food/dietary “preferences” (for some, restriction is the preferred term), please let us know so we can strive to facilitate an inclusive engagement.
Holly will host the event at her home in Cambridge. The address will be shared to those who RSVP. The home is located within 10-12 minute walk of two Red line T stations and parking is available on the left side of the street.
BKA Discussion Group is made possible by a grant from the Korean Ministry of Health and Wellness. Previously, the discussion group has hosted events on various film screenings and discussions on KAD conferences, anxiety, stereotypes, relationships, and families among adoptees.
If you have topics that you're interested in or feedback you want to share, please contact Laura Jee (LKnuttunen@gmail.com), Timothy Rehberg (firstname.lastname@example.org) or reach out to a board member.