Read the Sea: A Biodiverse Colombian Recipe for Sustainability
Updated: Nov 3
In this interesting conversation you will be able to Read the Sea through the amazing dishes of Colombian Chefs Antonuela Ariza and Eduardo Martinez who will take you to the Pacific and the Amazon where you will learn about a diversity of fishes, and other amazing sea creatures.
Ariza and Martinez experiment with different Colombian geography resources that they use in their dishes to highlight the importance of biodiversity and sustainability. They respect and appreciate our cultural tradition by pointing out the unnoticed value of inhabiting one of the most diverse countries in life forms on the planet and enjoying a human landscape.
For them "cuisine builds the story of who we are as a country and proposes a shared dream of hope in the future, reconciling our origin and our past".
Ambassor of Colombia to the United States Francisco Santos, Permanent Representative of Colombia to the United Nations Guillermo Fernandez de Soto and our Consul in Chicago, Dixon Moya will introduce the event.
Chef Sebastien Lamerre Culinary Arts Academy Director at Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School that provides adult immigrants from more than 85 countries, primarily from Latin America, and Native Washingtonians with ServSafe Certifications
and a rigorous hands-on experience curriculum, will moderate the conversation adding with his experience and his knowledge.
The Culinary Arts Academy at the Carlos Rosario International Public Charter School provides a foundation for students interested in a career in the culinary arts. The event is part of the Promotion Plan of Colombia Abroad of the Ministry of Foreign Relations.
When: November 5th, 7 pm EST, 6 pm CST