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The outpouring of support for this project has been incredible and overwhelming! Our team is working hard to be able to do this again ASAP, and to keep everyone in the loop.

To start we have set up some basic online resources for those who want to stay up-to-date on this project, or who may want to support it further once we figure out our next steps.

There is now a Facebook Group you can join:
https://www.facebook.com/groups/NewcomerKitchen/

A mailing list where you can add your email:
http://eepurl.com/bYqCnj

Or you can follow it on Twitter or Instagram @newcomerkitchen

Direct inquires can be sent to newcomerkitchen@thedepanneur.ca

We will continue posting to the website, you can check in on updates here:
http://thedepanneur.ca/category/newcomerkitchen/

NEWCOMER KITCHEN — September 29

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Shamborak شمبورك

[beef] Shamborak شمبورك
by Dilsha, in the style of Al Kamishli City
Probably the ancestor of every meat pie in the Western world. Thin, yeasted wheat flour dough is stuffed with a mixture of cooked onions and halal ground beef spiced with black pepper, and then baked (or sometimes fried). It comes with a traditional accompaniment, ayran, a tangy, savoury yogurt drink garnished with dried mint.

[vegetarian] Shamborak شمبورك
We’ll also be making a vegetarian version of the shamborak stuffed with a mix of spiced mushrooms and nuts.

Salatet Alkhus سلطة خس
A simple green salad of romaine lettuce, tomatoes, cucumber and carrots, with fresh mint and a lemon, garlic, olive oil.

Mahalabia مهلبية
A delicate milk and semolina pudding scented with rose water and garnished with a touch of coconut.
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$20 +HST

Meals are available for pickup from The Depanneur, 1033 College Street (between Dufferin & Dovercourt) from 6–7pm on Thursday, Sept. 29
foodora sponsors FREE Delivery within 3km radius

Meals go on sale on Tuesday at 7am.
Please indicate “PICKUP” or “DELIVERY” in the Order Notes at the Checkout.

>> PURCHASE HERE <<


Newcomer Kitchen is a new project that invites groups of Syrian refugee women to use our kitchen to cook traditional Syrian dishes in a fun, social setting. Meals are prepared and packaged, and then sold online for pickup or delivery to pay for all the ingredients and provide an honorarium for the cooks.

We also offer 1 spot to help/hang out in the kitchen, learn the recipes and join the ladies for family meal on Thursday afternoon. We are asking for a $50 donation for this, which will go to topping up the $ we have to share with the cooks. This is available for purchase online, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Proceeds from the sale of meals goes directly to the newcomer cooks. However this does not cover the costs of the enormous amount of behind-the-scenes coordination required to keep this project going. You can support the Newcomer Kitchen project directly and our vision of expanding this model to support more women in more neighbourhoods!

Support the Newcomer Kitchen’s FundRazr campaign.

Help us take this idea into any restaurant kitchen, in any city in the world!

Learn more about the Newcomer Kitchen project.

NEWCOMER KITCHEN — September 22

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Fatteh Djaj فتتة جاج

[chicken] Fatteh Djaj فتتة جاج
Fatteh (فتّة‎‎ meaning crushed or crumbs) is a broad category of Levantine dishes made with pieces of crispy flatbread layered with yogurt and other ingredients. It is popular across Egypt, Palestine, Lebanon, Jordan and Southern Syria, but uncommon further North. This dish is so closely associated with Syrian food that it is also known as shâmiyât (شاميات ) or ‘Damascene’. This recipe, by Suher J. from Sweida, is notable for its use of golden, turmeric-and-spice-infused basmati rice and its garnish of butter-fried walnuts. The dish is built up in layers of bread, rice, yogurt & tahini sauce, chicken, nuts, and garnishes. We will be preparing this dish in parts – crispy bread (dry), rice & chicken (to be warmed) and sauce (room temperature) separately, so they can be combined at the last moment for the best combination of flavours, temperatures and textures.

[vegetarian] Fatteh Hummus فتتة حُمُّص
Fatteh with crispy pita, seasoned rice, yogurt-tahini sauce and walnuts, with chickpeas instead of chicken.

Salateh Naameh سلطة ناعمة
This quintessential Mediterranean salad can be found throughout the middle east, with tomatoes, cucumber, and white onion are finely diced and seasoned with olive oil, mint and lemon juice.

S’fouf صفوف
A light, delicate semolina cake, made golden with turmeric and fragrant with anise, vanilla, and coconut, studded with black sesame seeds and topped with pistachio.
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$20 +HST

Meals are available for pickup from The Depanneur, 1033 College Street (between Dufferin & Dovercourt) from 6–7pm on Thursday, Sept. 15
foodora sponsors FREE Delivery within 3km radius

Meals go on sale on Tuesday at 7am.
Please indicate “PICKUP” or “DELIVERY” in the Order Notes at the Checkout.

>> PURCHASE HERE <<

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Newcomer Kitchen is a new project that invites groups of Syrian refugee women to use our kitchen to cook traditional Syrian dishes in a fun, social setting. Meals are prepared and packaged, and then sold online for pickup or delivery to pay for all the ingredients and provide an honorarium for the cooks.

We also offer 1 spot to help/hang out in the kitchen, learn the recipes and join the ladies for family meal on Thursday afternoon. We are asking for a $50 donation for this, which will go to topping up the $ we have to share with the cooks. This is available for purchase online, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Proceeds from the sale of meals goes directly to the newcomer cooks. However this does not cover the costs of the enormous amount of behind-the-scenes coordination required to keep this project going. You can support the Newcomer Kitchen project directly and our vision of expanding this model to support more women in more neighbourhoods!

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Support the Newcomer Kitchen’s FundRazr campaign.
Help us take this idea into any restaurant kitchen, in any city in the world!
http://fundrazr.com/newcomerkitchen

Learn more about the Newcomer Kitchen project.
http://newcomerkitchen.ca/

NEWCOMER KITCHEN — September 15

Yalanji (بالنجي)

Yalanji (بالنجي)

MENU — September 15

Eid Mubarak everyone! September 12 was Eid Ul-Adha, a major Muslim holiday celebrating the story of the Prophet Ibrahim (aka Abraham to Jews and Christians), and the test of his faith that involved the near sacrifice of his son. This holiday is often marked with the sacrifice of an animal such as a sheep or a goat, whose meat is shared with family, friends and neighbours as well as the poor. This is also the time when many Muslims choose to perform the Hajj, the pilgrimage to Mecca.

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[beef]  Yalanji (بالنجي)
Stuffed grape vine leaves can be found on tables all around the Eastern Mediterranean. This Syrian recipe, by Nada K. from the city of Homs, features a ground beef and rice filling seasoned generously with parsley, mint, onion and black pepper, with a bit of finely ground coffee that adds complexity and depth. The are cooked in a tangy sauce of tomato, lemon, pomegranate and olive oil, and served with fresh pita bread

[vegetarian]  Yalanji (بالنجي)
The vegetarian version features a seasoned rice filling flecked with green pepper.

Tabbouleh  (تبولة‎‎ )
Originally from the mountains of Syria and Lebanon, tabbouleh has become one of the most popular salads in the Middle East. A fragrant herb salad of parsley and mint, tomato and onion, with a scattering of bulgur, and seasoned with olive oil, lemon, and salt.

Ma’amoul el eid ( معمول العيد )
Rich, buttery shortbread cookies stuffed with a date filling are a traditional holiday treat for Eid, often pressed into decorative shapes in carved wooden molds.

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$20 +HST

Meals are available for pickup from The Depanneur, 1033 College Street (between Dufferin & Dovercourt) from 6–7pm on Thursday, Sept. 15
foodora sponsors FREE Delivery within 3km radius

Meals go on sale on Tuesday at 7am.
Please indicate “PICKUP” or “DELIVERY” in the Order Notes at the Checkout.

>> PURCHASE HERE <<


Newcomer Kitchen is a new project that invites groups of Syrian refugee women to use our kitchen to cook traditional Syrian dishes in a fun, social setting. Meals are prepared and packaged, and then sold online for pickup or delivery to pay for all the ingredients and provide an honorarium for the cooks.

We also offer 1 spot to help/hang out in the kitchen, learn the recipes and join the ladies for family meal on Thursday afternoon. We are asking for a $50 donation for this, which will go to topping up the $ we have to share with the cooks. This is available for purchase online, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Proceeds from the sale of meals goes directly to the newcomer cooks. However this does not cover the costs of the enormous amount of behind-the-scenes coordination required to keep this project going. You can support the Newcomer Kitchen project directly and our vision of expanding this model to support more women in more neighbourhoods!

Support the Newcomer Kitchen’s FundRazr campaign.

Help us take this idea into any restaurant kitchen, in any city in the world!

 

Learn more about the Newcomer Kitchen project.


Meals go on sale Tuesday morning at 7am

Cooking Up Opportunities for Refugee Women — City Lab

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Cooking Up Opportunities for Refugee Women

Through cuisine, Toronto’s Newcomer Kitchen fosters economic and social relationships for Syrian immigrants.

LISA FERGUSON @LisaFergieTO Sep 1, 2016

Practiced hands press layers of finely shredded phyllo pastry into baking sheets. Others follow with spoonfuls of ricotta cheese. Once baked, the knafeh Nabulsia will be drenched in orange blossom syrup and sprinkled with pistachio. “It’s always good to know how to cook something traditional,” says Majda Khalil, one of the bakers and a Syrian refugee. “It reminds you of home.”

The dessert prepped, six women crowd around a map, showing each other where home was before war ravaged Syria.

Len Senater is used to inviting strangers into his kitchen. It’s the business model of The Depanneur, Senater’s eatery and community hub housed in an old convenience store just west of Toronto’s downtown. For five years he’s been inviting strangers to come, make their favorite food, and sell it to the community.

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Newcomer Kitchen at The Depanneur — Edible Toronto

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Newcomer Kitchen at The Depanneur

Building Community for Syrian Refugees
WORDS AND PHOTOS BY JASON FINESTONE

I walked into The Depanneur on an uncharacteristically balmy day in early June. Maybe it was because spring weather had been sparse this year, but the sunshine and the heat of the afternoon permeated in a visceral manner. It signaled a season of renewal. People were smiling at one another while passing by on the street. Toronto had emerged from its winter shell, physically and emotionally.

The sunlight careened through the broad northwest-facing windows of the community kitchen-cum-restaurant-cum-social hub. The warmth inside was not just a product of the heat. The atmosphere at The Depanneur that Thursday afternoon was incubative.

At the periphery of the gathered group were young children dancing on tables, holding their fathers’ hands for support, while others were doing arts and crafts or napping in their strollers. A documentary film crew circled the perimeter, discussing shot angles in hushed tones. Several apron-clad women with nametags casually but methodically delegated tasks, balancing between clear directives and spur-of-the-moment decisions.

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NEWCOMER KITCHEN — September 8

Bulgur Bandoura برغل ببندورة

Bulgur Bandoura برغل ببندورة

MENU — September 8

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[beef]  Bulgur Bandoura  برغل ببندورة
The perfect dish for the height of local tomato season! Bulgur, whole wheat that has been parboiled, dried and then cracked is one of the very nutritious staple grains in Syrian cuisine. It comes in a range of colours, from pale yellow to dark brown, and grinds, from very fine to coarse. In this classic dish, bulgur is cooked with tomatoes (bandoura), onions and olive oil to give it a rich, tangy flavour and a moist texture almost approaching a risotto. It is topped with small cubes (suqaar) of halal beef, that has been braised in a seasoned broth (which is also used to cook the bulgur), and garnished with some chickpeas, parsley, and pickles.

[vegetarian]  Bulgur Bandoura  برغل ببندورة
The vegetarian version will be cooked in seasoned tomato juice with extra chickpeas, and will come with a homemade labneh ball – a tangy salted and pressed fresh yogurt cheese that is formed into small balls and rolled in za’atar (a Middle Eastern spice mix of ground dried thyme, oregano, and marjoram, mixed with toasted sesame seeds and salt), and cured in olive oil.

Salata Na’ameh  سلطة ناعمة
A colourful salad made of finely (na’ameh) chopped cucumbers, tomatoes, onions and parsley dressed with olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, and dried mint.

Roz bel Haleeb  رز بحليب
Wherever you find rice, you’ll probably find a version of rice pudding. This creamy version is scented with cardamom, vanilla and rosewater, and garnished with some fresh Ontario fruit.

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$20 +HST

Meals are available for pickup from The Depanneur, 1033 College Street (between Dufferin & Dovercourt) from 6–7pm on Thursday, Sept. 8
foodora sponsors FREE Delivery within 3km radius

Meals go on sale on Tuesday at 7am.
Please indicate “PICKUP” or “DELIVERY” in the Order Notes at the Checkout.

>> PURCHASE HERE <<


Newcomer Kitchen is a new project that invites groups of Syrian refugee women to use our kitchen to cook traditional Syrian dishes in a fun, social setting. Meals are prepared and packaged, and then sold online for pickup or delivery to pay for all the ingredients and provide an honorarium for the cooks.

We also offer 1 spot to help/hang out in the kitchen, learn the recipes and join the ladies for family meal on Thursday afternoon. We are asking for a $50 donation for this, which will go to topping up the $ we have to share with the cooks. This is available for purchase online, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Proceeds from the sale of meals goes directly to the newcomer cooks. However this does not cover the costs of the enormous amount of behind-the-scenes coordination required to keep this project going. You can support the Newcomer Kitchen project directly and our vision of expanding this model to support more women in more neighbourhoods!

Support the Newcomer Kitchen’s FundRazr campaign.

Help us take this idea into any restaurant kitchen, in any city in the world!

 

Learn more about the Newcomer Kitchen project.


Meals go on sale Tuesday morning at 7am

NEWCOMER KITCHEN — September 1

El-Madlouka المدلوقة

El-Madlouka المدلوقة

MENU — September 1

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[beef]  Sheikh El Mahshi Bil Laban   شيخ المحشي باللبن
Mahshi, meaning “stuffed”, represents a broad category of popular Levantine dishes. Virtually any vegetable can be stuffed, from peppers to potatoes, but small zucchinis and eggplants are most popular; we’ll be working with fresh, local zucchinis Sheikh El Mahshi would be the “sheikh” (respected elder or scholar) of stuffed vegetables, meaning the richest, fanciest version of the dish, this one being “bil Laban”, or cooked in a yogurt sauce thickened with eggs and seasoned with garlic and mint. Served with Egyptian rice (aka Misri or Calrose, you’ve had this medium-grain, slightly sticky rice if you’ve ever eaten sushi in the West).

[vegetarian]  Sheikh El Mahshi Bil Laban   شيخ المحشي باللبن
The vegetarian version will be stuffed with a mushroom, onion and pine nut mixture.

Salateh Malfouf سلطة ملفوف
A cool, refreshing salad made of chopped cabbage and diced tomatoes dressed with olive oil, garlic, lemon juice, sumac, and fresh mint.
El-Madlouka  المدلوقة
A sweet pudding of semolina cooked in milk and scented with rosewater, topped with a rich combination of fresh cheese, ricotta or clotted cream and garnished with pistachios.

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$20 +HST

Meals are available for pickup from The Depanneur, 1033 College Street (between Dufferin & Dovercourt) from 6–7pm on Thursday, Aug. 18
foodora sponsors FREE Delivery within 3km radius

Meals go on sale on Tuesday at 7am.
Please indicate “PICKUP” or “DELIVERY” in the Order Notes at the Checkout.

>> PURCHASE HERE <<


Newcomer Kitchen is a new project that invites groups of Syrian refugee women to use our kitchen to cook traditional Syrian dishes in a fun, social setting. Meals are prepared and packaged, and then sold online for pickup or delivery to pay for all the ingredients and provide an honorarium for the cooks.

We also offer 1 spot to help/hang out in the kitchen, learn the recipes and join the ladies for family meal on Thursday afternoon. We are asking for a $50 donation for this, which will go to topping up the $ we have to share with the cooks. This is available for purchase online, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Proceeds from the sale of meals goes directly to the newcomer cooks. However this does not cover the costs of the enormous amount of behind-the-scenes coordination required to keep this project going. You can support the Newcomer Kitchen project directly and our vision of expanding this model to support more women in more neighbourhoods!

Support the Newcomer Kitchen’s FundRazr campaign.

Help us take this idea into any restaurant kitchen, in any city in the world!

 

Learn more about the Newcomer Kitchen project.

NEWCOMER KITCHEN — August 18

Freekeh  فريكة

Freekeh فريكة

MENU — August 18

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[chicken]  Freekeh  فريكة
Freekeh is made from green durum wheat that processed in a special way to create a unique flavor. The wheat is harvested while the grains are yellow and the seeds still are soft; it then is piled and sun-dried. The piles are carefully set on fire so only the straw and chaff burn, not the seeds. In these controlled conditions, the high moisture content of the seeds prevents them from burning, but imparts them with a unique smoky flavour. Next, the roasted wheat is threshed and sun-dried before being cracked into smaller pieces so they resemble a green bulgur. This Syrian freekeh recipe is seasoned with onion, butter, black pepper, cinnamon, and cumin, topped with a quarter chicken and garnished with fried nuts.

[vegetarian]  Freekeh  فريكة
The vegetarian version of freekeh is made with chickpeas, green onion, fresh herbs and lemon, served more as a cool meze salad.

Khyar Belaban خيار بلبن
Yogurt and cucumbers with a touch of garlic is popular combination throughout the Mediterranean, but the addition of mint makes for an especially delightful, cool and refreshing summer salad.

Knafeh Nabulsia  كنافة نابلسية
This version of kanafeh, a dessert with a base of mild white cheese (also known as Nabulsi) topped with a crispy shredded wheat surface, doused with a scented sugar syrup, originates in the Palestinian city of Nablus as far back as 10th century, but variations spread with the Ottoman Empire to include much of the Middle East. Nablus is still renowned for its kanafeh — they even made a giant one weighing in at 1,350kg for the Guinness Book of World Records!

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$20 +HST

Meals are available for pickup from The Depanneur, 1033 College Street (between Dufferin & Dovercourt) from 6–7pm on Thursday, Aug. 18
foodora sponsors FREE Delivery within 3km radius

Meals go on sale on Tuesday at 7am.
Please indicate “PICKUP” or “DELIVERY” in the Order Notes at the Checkout.

>> PURCHASE HERE <<


Newcomer Kitchen is a new project that invites groups of Syrian refugee women to use our kitchen to cook traditional Syrian dishes in a fun, social setting. Meals are prepared and packaged, and then sold online for pickup or delivery to pay for all the ingredients and provide an honorarium for the cooks.

We also offer 1 spot to help/hang out in the kitchen, learn the recipes and join the ladies for family meal on Thursday afternoon. We are asking for a $50 donation for this, which will go to topping up the $ we have to share with the cooks. This is available for purchase online, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Proceeds from the sale of meals goes directly to the newcomer cooks. However this does not cover the costs of the enormous amount of behind-the-scenes coordination required to keep this project going. You can support the Newcomer Kitchen project directly and our vision of expanding this model to support more women in more neighbourhoods!

Support the Newcomer Kitchen’s FundRazr campaign.

Help us take this idea into any restaurant kitchen, in any city in the world!

 

Learn more about the Newcomer Kitchen project.

NEWCOMER KITCHEN – August 11

jazmaz

Jazmaz جز مز

MENU — August 11

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[beef] Jazmaz  جز مز
Eggs poached or baked in a richly flavoured tomato sauce can be found in one version or another all around the Mediterranean, across North Africa from Morocco to Israel, where is it known as shakshouka, with local variations also found  in Turkey, Iraq, Italy and Spain. I guess it should come as no surprise that Syrians have their own special version of this delicious dish. We’ll be serving it up with two mini sujuk beef sausages on the side, and fresh pita bread.

[vegetarian]  Jazmaz  جز مز
The same dish, but with haloumi cheese..

M’tabbal koossa  متبل كوسا 
A relative of hummus or babaganoush, this zucchini-based meze dip is cool and refreshing, made with combination of thick yogurt and tahini, seasoned with a bit garlic, lemon and cumin.

Salatet al-Zeitun سلطة زيتون
Another tasty and uncommon mezze, this salad features chopped green olives, tomatoes, red & green peppers, walnuts and green onions in a dressing of fresh thyme, garlic, pomegranate molasses and olive oil.

Roz bel Haleeb  رز بحليب
Wherever you find rice, you’ll probably find a version of rice pudding. This creamy version is scented with cardamom, vanilla and rosewater, and garnished with some fresh Ontario fruit.
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$20 +HST

Meals are available for pickup from The Depanneur, 1033 College Street (between Dufferin & Dovercourt) from 6–7pm on Thursday, Aug. 11
foodora sponsors FREE Delivery within 3km radius

Meals go on sale on Tuesday at 7am.
Please indicate “PICKUP” or “DELIVERY” in the Order Notes at the Checkout.

>> PURCHASE HERE <<


Newcomer Kitchen is a new project that invites groups of Syrian refugee women to use our kitchen to cook traditional Syrian dishes in a fun, social setting. Meals are prepared and packaged, and then sold online for pickup or delivery to pay for all the ingredients and provide an honorarium for the cooks.

We also offer 1 spot to help/hang out in the kitchen, learn the recipes and join the ladies for family meal on Thursday afternoon. We are asking for a $50 donation for this, which will go to topping up the $ we have to share with the cooks. This is available for purchase online, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Proceeds from the sale of meals goes directly to the newcomer cooks. However this does not cover the costs of the enormous amount of behind-the-scenes coordination required to keep this project going. You can support the Newcomer Kitchen project directly and our vision of expanding this model to support more women in more neighbourhoods!

Support the Newcomer Kitchen’s FundRazr campaign.

Help us take this idea into any restaurant kitchen, in any city in the world!

 

Learn more about the Newcomer Kitchen project.

NEWCOMER KITCHEN — August 4

Maldoum ملضوم

Maldoum ملضوم

MENU — August 4

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[beef] Maldoum  ملضوم
When researching this dish, I found a lovely description of it on the blog of Tony Tahhan, a Fulbright scholar who has spent time studying the food culture in Aleppo.

“One thing I learned about Syrian cuisine is that it is resourceful. Recipes were never exact; more like simple instructions that vary between neighbourhoods, and even families. A series of handfuls and pinches that, when executed properly, lead to extraordinary meals. One of the dishes that exemplifies this culinary ingenuity is called maldoum (ملضوم), an incredibly delicious layered meat and eggplant dish. The classic way to prepare this dish is over a grill, where you alternate meat patties and eggplant slices on a skewer. When the dish is prepared over the grill, it is called, kabob banjan (كباب باذنجان). But if you don’t have access to a grill, you can prepare kabob banjan in the oven, and call it maldoum.”

Maldoum can be found in kitchens from Turkey to Lebanon; this is a more rustic, countryside version of of the dish, that adds green peppers, tomatoes and potatoes, which are traditionally arranged in attractive layered patterns in a large shallow round pan before baking. It is served with bulgur b-shaaria (برغل بشعيرية‎), a kind of pilaf of bulgur wheat and fried vermicelli noodles.

[vegetarian]  Maldoum  ملضوم
The same dish, but with more veggies, no meat and a generous splash of olive oil.

Salateh Jarjeer صلطة جرجير
A refreshing salad of peppery arugula with fresh pomegranate and onions, with a apple cider & lemon vinaigrette.

Barazek  برازق
A crisp, buttery cookie studded with pistachio pieces and covered in sesame seeds, barazek are one of the most famous sweets of Damascus, and a popular gift often brought by people visiting from Syria.
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$20 +HST

Meals are available for pickup from The Depanneur, 1033 College Street (between Dufferin & Dovercourt) from 6–7pm on Thursday, Aug. 4
foodora sponsors FREE Delivery within 3km radius

Meals go on sale on Tuesday at 7am.
Please indicate “PICKUP” or “DELIVERY” in the Order Notes at the Checkout.

>> PURCHASE HERE <<


Newcomer Kitchen is a new project that invites groups of Syrian refugee women to use our kitchen to cook traditional Syrian dishes in a fun, social setting. Meals are prepared and packaged, and then sold online for pickup or delivery to pay for all the ingredients and provide an honorarium for the cooks.

We also offer 1 spot to help/hang out in the kitchen, learn the recipes and join the ladies for family meal on Thursday afternoon. We are asking for a $50 donation for this, which will go to topping up the $ we have to share with the cooks. This is available for purchase online, on a first-come, first-served basis.

Proceeds from the sale of meals goes directly to the newcomer cooks. However this does not cover the costs of the enormous amount of behind-the-scenes coordination required to keep this project going. You can support the Newcomer Kitchen project directly and our vision of expanding this model to support more women in more neighbourhoods!

Support the Newcomer Kitchen’s FundRazr campaign.

Help us take this idea into any restaurant kitchen, in any city in the world!

 

Learn more about the Newcomer Kitchen project.