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Molecular Intimacies Symposium: Moroccan Pop Up Restaurant: Sanaa McLeod

Saturday 1 February 2020

8.30PM
£12.50 including 3 courses
Bookings at enquiries@timespan.org.uk | 01431 821327

Starter

Moroccan Harira Soup

served with homemade bread

Moroccan Mint Tea

served with stuffed dates

Mains

Moroccan Lamb Tagine

Spiced Vegetable Tagine

Side Dishes

Moroccan Couscous

Roast Pepper and Tomato Salad

Moroccan Smokey Aubergine

served with home-baked bread

Desserts

Orange and Cinnamon salad

Honey and Almond Pastry

Bios

Sanaa McLeod, originally from Morocco, lives in Lairg village with her husband and their two daughters. She enjoys cooking recipes from different parts of the world, although North-African cuisine remains her firm favourite. Along with cookery workshops, Sanaa works as a library assistant in Lairg. Most of all, if you ask what Sanaa enjoys best, she will say meeting people and sharing recipes and new ideas over a pot of tagine.

Best For Most Club is a programme of workshops, talks and actions, which questions what it means to be living in the age of catastrophic climate change, a period which Amitav Ghosh predicts will be viewed as an era of derangement for our failure to grasp the irreversible scale and violence of it.  We will work with grass-roots activists, individuals and organisations from a multiple of disciplines invested in protecting and restoring the environment, to examine the local threat of climate change and its global relationship to postcolonial politics, food and energy sovereignty, the financialisation of the ecosystem and alternative agricultural systems.