Julia Turshen comes to EAT Cafe
Food writer, cookbook author, and food justice advocate Julia Turshen comes to EAT Cafe. Julia is the bestselling author of Feed the Resistance, named the Best Cookbook of 2017 by Eater, and Small Victories, named one of the Best Cookbooks of 2016 by the New York Times and NPR. Julia is also the founder of Equity At The Table (EATT), an inclusive digital directory of women and non-binary individuals in food.
Her latest cookbook, Now and Again, tackles the problem of food waste, and the problem of the time crunch that we all feel, by making multiple meals from one recipe.
A copy of the book is included in the price.
Menu highlights (subject to change depending on availability)
Nibbles: Roasted soy sauce nuts
Shrimp and kimchi pancakes. Kimchi tartar sauce
Lamb and zucchini meatballs with tahini sauce
Charred broccoli with capers and lemon
Baked Saffron rice
Whole wheat flatbread
Frozen watermelon agua fresca
Yogurt cheesecake with plum preserves
EAT Cafe is a beautiful, full service, pay-what-you-can restaurant that is part of Drexel University's Center for Hunger Free Communities. During its regular service, EAT welcomes Everyone At the Table, regardless of ability to pay. Special events such as this help EAT to raise funds to support its operation.
In keeping with EAT"s pay what you can ethos, there are several price levels for this dinner. The more you donate, the more you support EAT's mission of welcoming Everyone at The Table.
EAT Cafe (View)
3820 Lancaster Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19104
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|