Cuisine breaks down barriers: generational, yes, but also those that have kept the world on edge in recent weeks. On Friday night, at the “Nonn’insegnami” evening, promoted by Oasi Giovani’s “Oceano” project, Russia and Ukraine cooked together. Olga, a Russian girl from Turin, and the Ukrainian Varenyki, along with several other Ukrainians, some recently arrived in Italy, spent an evening cooking ravioli, thanks to having the same traditions and the same cuisine.
A beautiful message of peace during an evening that turned out to be a success: more than 90 people cooked (and then deservedly ate) in the kitchens of the Palazzo Longis, including 40 teenagers. 120 dozens of agnolotti prepared according to the culinary traditions of six countries of the world. From agnolotti (Piedmont) with Dana Crivello to Culurgiones (Sardinia) by Natascia Massa and the Sardinian cultural association “Ichnusa” by Bra, from Jaozy (China) by Matteo Ganci to Derelye (Hungary) with Natasa Csenki. Also, as mentioned, the Varenyki from Ukraine and the Pelmeni from Russia.
Some young people from the “Sai – Sistema Accoglienza Integrazione” project of the Orso cooperative also participated in the evening, as well as some young people with disabilities from the “Clouds” group.
“”Nonn’insegnami” is the Oasi Giovani initiative that breaks down generational barriers by putting young and old around a table, but also disabled and non-EU children – say the organizers -. Under the guise of cooking, two apparently distant generations