These travelers are experimenting with a new lifestyle. They are traveling to 12 cities over the next 12 months, while working remotely. Come meet them as they cook their favorite recipes from all around the world - for you.
April 25, 2016
26.000 CLP. 7pm.
HOST: Home of Daniela Moreira in La Reina, Santiago
FOOD: Korean by Sammy Oh
Despite being given a Hebrew name “Samuel” by his parents, both of whom immigrated to the US from South Korea, he has been able to maintain his “Korean-American" identity, somewhat, through food. He was born in Brooklyn (#feelingthebern) and has lived predominantly in the NY metropolitan region. Far from a chef, but he enjoys the pleasures of cooking, especially Korean cuisine, for several reasons. He believes it is an important social, cultural, environmental and to some degree a spiritual act which makes him feel more connected to his roots, as a Korean, as a human. Plus, Hansik is pretty f*ck*ing delicious. Cooking is also therapeutic as it forces him to transform from consumer to producer; actually making something with his own two hands. Everyone should do it, more often. He's also a big fan of ‘sobremesa’, a Spanish word/concept which continues to draw him back to South America time and time again.
The evening will include drink, appetizers, main, sides and dessert - including travel stories and conversations. This will be the last Food For Thought before the end of our year long travels, so come join us in this special celebration!