Migration and Food - Toast Festival Debate
London has been a magnet for immigration for centuries. Waves of Huguenots, Irish, Eastern European Jews, Afro-Caribbeans, and South Asians (among many others) have come to the metropolis seeking new opportunities. But how has this changed how we eat, especially over the past five decades? Do elements of cuisine get lost of translation? And does eating food from many different countries mean that we’re more culturally aware?
Lizzie Collingham – author
Fuchsia Dunlop – journalist, author
Anissa Helou – author, journalist
Iqbal Wahhab – founder, Cinnamon Club and Roast
Moderator: Sarah Chamberlain – co-founder, TOAST Festival
Have a query about this event? Contact
No future dates currently in our calendar.
Have you been to this event? Write a review here.
Are you a blogger? Have you attended this experience and blogged
Link your blog post to share your views with our growing foodie
Add your blog review of Migration and Food - Toast Festival Debate
Copy and paste the html code below to your blog post about this experience. The Edible Experiences logo will show up in your blog post, wherever you have chosen to position it. We will automatically create a link to your blog post from this experience's listing page.
We look forward to reading your post!