Your mum’s couscous is the tastiest, and no one in the world makes a better apple pie than your grandma. In Food Stories, writers invite you to taste the stories told by their family recipes.
Food gives us the proteins, vitamins and minerals that we need to survive. But it is taste, smell and texture that can transport us to a different time and place, to our mother’s kitchen and to that of her mother before her. Cooking may remind us of the home we have left behind, but it is also how we discover new tastes. Those who cook can get to know traditions and can break them open, passing on stories and telling new ones.
In this program “food writers” show us what a good food story looks like and tell us about the tastes and smells that connect them to Morocco. How sacred are their family recipes and how do they each tell their own unique story?
With Nadia Zerouali and Tofik Dibi
In Food Stories laten ‘eetschrijvers’ zien hoe een goed eetverhaal eruitziet en welke smaken en geuren hen verbinden met Marokko. Hoe heilig zijn hun familierecepten en op welke manier vertellen ze elk hun eigen bijzondere verhaal?
Met onder anderen Nadia Zerouali en Tofik Dibi