Topic: GSBTB Open Kitchen
Bringing up baby (in the office)
What's it like being a mother in a world that constantly links your usefulness to how productive you are? Open Kitchen Manager Ricarda Bochat explores the complexities of being a working mother in today's productivity-driven society.
The Global Kitchen Series: India
GSBTB Open Kitchen's third workshop in the series - and this time, they're going to India!
The Global Kitchen Series: Sweden
Another workshop by the GSBTB Open Kitchen, this time featuring young Swedish chef Wilma and seasonal vegetarian food.
The Global Kitchen Series: Tibet
GSBTB Open Kitchen kickstarts its new workshop series by inviting Tibetan chef Tashi to teach participants how to make momos.
GSBTB Open Kitchen collaborates with Berliner Obdachlosenhilfe
GSBTB Open Kitchen cooked up a storm last week, kicking off its monthly collaboration with the Berliner Obdachlosenhilfe.
Job integration á la GSBTB – Amjad’s story
GSBTB’s Community Team Up events creating initial meeting points that can go on to form deeper connections. One of our community members, Amjad, just landed a fantastic internship through connections made with GSBTB.
An American in Berlin: Moving beyond voluntourism
One of our most dedicated volunteers, Kurtis DeLozier, writes about how he sees the impact of his identity on his volunteer work.
GSBTB Open Kitchen at United Street Food event, Markthalle Neun
GSBTB Open Kitchen's profile in the streetfood scene continues to grow! In July we joined the United Street Food event at Berlin's best-known foodhall Markthalle Neun, hosted by Souk Berlin.
GSBTB Open Kitchen serves up a Syrian feast at Bite Club Umspannwerk
On 9 July GSBTB Open Kitchen was again serving up tasty dishes at the Bite Club Umspannwerk streetfood event, this time Syrian dishes under the direction of head chef and refugee Amjad.
GSBTB Open Kitchen sells out at Bite Club event
The GSBTB Open Kitchen was invited to run a food stall at the latest iteration of Bite Club, held at the Umspannwerk event space in Kreuzberg at the beginning of June.
“GSBTB is an example of how big & beautiful a simple idea can become”
Ricarda Bochat runs the GSBTB Open Kitchen, best known for its Refugee Cooking Group. When Ricarda isn’t organizing volunteers to shop for foreign ingredients and cook up international feasts, she’s plotting the Open Kitchen’s new streetfood market venture.
“You don’t feel like you’re a stranger here”
If you’ve been to one of our community team-ups, Refugee Cooking Group, Open Art Shelter, Sprachcafe or almost any other GSBTB event in the last six months, you’ve probably come across the sunny face that belongs to Nebras Othman.