The MWASA Management Committee would like to advise that Shaista Kalaniya has resigned from MWASA effective from the 3rd of July 2020, and that we wish her well in all her future endeavours.
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Session #1 – 15th May 2020
Session #2 – 5th June 2020
Session #3 – 12th June 2020
Session #4 – 19th June 2020
Session #5 – 26th June 2020
Session #6 – 3rd July 2020
Session #7 – 10th July 2020
Session #8 – 17th July 2020
The tutors discussed with the participants how to answer guests confidently if they ask about the dishes. They recommended the participants to do a search on the internet to find a brief description about every dish.
Maryam made Kabab Hindi dish and she did well.
The tutors and the participants discussed the main dishes which will be prepared at a future Shared Lunch.
The group wrote all the ingredients, with their quantities, for the main dishes (Falafel (below), Kabab hindi, Kanafeh).
Furthermore, it was discussed how much time each dish will take so the time can be managed on the day.
Maryam very kindly offered to demonstrate making Kebab Hindi at the next class.
Heam made Kanafeh (below) and she did very well.
Last week the second “Recipes of Life” session – organised with Dulwich Centre as a series for youths – was held. The idea is to provide a platform for the young girls to express any family issues they face after coming to Australia.
The focus of this session was a discussion around ways young girls can address issues when dealing with parents and provide tips. These tips will later be put together as a resource that will be helpful for other parents and young girls in similar situation.
The recipe was named “Fixing the Family”.
The session provided participants space to discuss and share issues that concern them. Most had similar issues but different ways to find solutions. It was based on many factors such as culture, family values and more. It will be interesting to see how all this unfolds when we discuss this recipe from the girls at the next session with mums.
“The session was helpful”
“We were able to express and comment”
“Never thought before things that we discussed and expressed today”
“Discussed things that we never spoke before outside in a group”