50 min

Ep. 9: Anan Jardali Zahr’s Palestinian Kitchen Seeds And Their People

    • Society & Culture

In this episode, Palestinian chef Anan Jardali Zahr describes her beloved foodways and ingredients, including Molokhia, Kusa, and Zaatar. Anan was born in Akka, Palestine and came to California at age 11, after the Six-Day War of 1967. She graduated from University of California at Berkeley’s Department of Near Eastern Studies and attended Graduate School at West Chester University in the Department of Education. She and her family have lived in the Philadelphia area since 1980 where she previously taught in the school system.

From 1995-2001, Anan had a Mediterranean restaurant in Wilmington, Delaware and she continues to share her love for Palestinian food through cooking demonstrations (which is how we first met, at the Culinary Literacy Center of the Free Library of Philadelphia) and through Instagram: @ananzahr

 

SEED STORIES TOLD IN THIS EPISODE:

Palestinian Molokhia
Palestinian Kusa Squash
Lebanese Za'atar

 

MORE INFO FROM THIS EPISODE:

Interviewee: Anan Zahr

Anan on Instagram: @ananzahr
Seeds and Their People: EP 5: RAU ĐAY, LALO, SALUYOT, EWEDU, MOLOKHIA, Mar 16, 2020
Ingredients Across Borders: Sumac at the Culinary Literacy Center of the Free Library of Philadelphia

 

ABOUT:

Seeds And Their People is a radio show where we feature seed stories told by the people who truly love them. Hosted by Owen Taylor of Truelove Seeds and Chris Bolden-Newsome of Sankofa Community Farm at Bartram’s Garden.

trueloveseeds.com/blogs/satpradio

 

SUPPORT OUR PATREON!

Become a monthly Patreon supporter! This will better allow us to take the time to record, edit, and share seed stories like these.

 

FIND OWEN HERE:

Truelove Seeds

Facebook  |  Tumblr  |  Instagram  |  Twitter

 

FIND CHRIS HERE:

Sankofa Community Farm at Bartram’s Garden

 

THANKS TO:

Anan Jardali Zahr
Maebh Aguilar
Sara Taylor

In this episode, Palestinian chef Anan Jardali Zahr describes her beloved foodways and ingredients, including Molokhia, Kusa, and Zaatar. Anan was born in Akka, Palestine and came to California at age 11, after the Six-Day War of 1967. She graduated from University of California at Berkeley’s Department of Near Eastern Studies and attended Graduate School at West Chester University in the Department of Education. She and her family have lived in the Philadelphia area since 1980 where she previously taught in the school system.

From 1995-2001, Anan had a Mediterranean restaurant in Wilmington, Delaware and she continues to share her love for Palestinian food through cooking demonstrations (which is how we first met, at the Culinary Literacy Center of the Free Library of Philadelphia) and through Instagram: @ananzahr

 

SEED STORIES TOLD IN THIS EPISODE:

Palestinian Molokhia
Palestinian Kusa Squash
Lebanese Za'atar

 

MORE INFO FROM THIS EPISODE:

Interviewee: Anan Zahr

Anan on Instagram: @ananzahr
Seeds and Their People: EP 5: RAU ĐAY, LALO, SALUYOT, EWEDU, MOLOKHIA, Mar 16, 2020
Ingredients Across Borders: Sumac at the Culinary Literacy Center of the Free Library of Philadelphia

 

ABOUT:

Seeds And Their People is a radio show where we feature seed stories told by the people who truly love them. Hosted by Owen Taylor of Truelove Seeds and Chris Bolden-Newsome of Sankofa Community Farm at Bartram’s Garden.

trueloveseeds.com/blogs/satpradio

 

SUPPORT OUR PATREON!

Become a monthly Patreon supporter! This will better allow us to take the time to record, edit, and share seed stories like these.

 

FIND OWEN HERE:

Truelove Seeds

Facebook  |  Tumblr  |  Instagram  |  Twitter

 

FIND CHRIS HERE:

Sankofa Community Farm at Bartram’s Garden

 

THANKS TO:

Anan Jardali Zahr
Maebh Aguilar
Sara Taylor

50 min