Mar 30
3:00pm - 6:00pm
Mar 30
3:00pm - 6:00pm

Join us for ReWA’s Recipes for Refuge Cooking Party and Dinner series!

The first event in this series is sold out! Email to join the wait list for the next Cooking Party & Dinner, June 9th. 

ReWA has partnered with Rainier Beach Urban Farm to bring you a series of diverse cooking experiences and delicious dinners. Visit us in the lovely oasis that is the Urban Farm and learn to cook aromatic dishes representative of the home countries of our clients, students, and staff. All proceeds from these unique events will benefit ReWA’s main campus expansion, creating more safe space for refugee and immigrant families in Seattle.

Event Features:

  • Cooking demonstration presented by a ReWA student, staff member, or supporter.
  • Delicious dinner
  • Music to set the mood for this unique cultural experience
  • Recipes to take with you and make at home
  • For guests at our 2019 kick-off event on Saturday, March 30th, your own beautiful ReWA apron!

Our first event in the series:

Date: Saturday, March 30, 2019

Time:  3:00pm – 6:00pm

Featured Chef:    Nigist Kidane, of Columbia City’s own Kezira Cafe, a woman-owned, immigrant-owned business.

Featured Cuisine:  Eritrean and Ethiopian 

Where: Rainier Beach Urban Farm
5513 S Cloverdale Street
Seattle, WA 98118

 Tickets: $100 per guest, includes cooking demonstration, dinner, and ReWA apron*

Space is limited to 16 guests per event. This event is sold out! Email join the wait list for the next Cooking Party & Dinner, June 9th. 


 Kik Wot – yellow split peas**

Shiro – chick pea stew**

Injera – Ethiopian bread made from the grain teff**

Fasolia – green beans

Gomen – collard greens

Alicha – cabbage

Adess – green lentils

Missir Wot – red lentils

 The complete menu is vegetarian.

**Nigist Kidane will demonstrate how to prepare these three dishes.

*Additional aprons available for purchase at the event. We will also notify all guests when the beautiful, hardcover ReWA Recipes for Refuge Cookbook is published, later this year.

Questions? or 206-721-0243