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SABKO NEDDERMEYER RECOMMENDS: FOODISCH

SABKO NEDDERMEYER RECOMMENDS: FOODISCH

You know how it goes: Your Facebook friend count stands around 1000, yet you eat dinner alone, bathed in the soft glow of your laptop screen. Here to change that is Simo Azzaoui, who recently returned to Berlin after a stint in New York, where he conceived his social dining revolution: evenings centred around food, talks and art in private homes. All without smartphones — yes, they’re banned. But here, you won’t need notification distraction. You’ll be too busy enjoying home-cooked meals created by aspiring chefs, short talks on topics such as vertical farming or sustainable food, and art experiences such as music performances or guided meditations. Whatever you’re into, there’ll be an evening to match on Foodisch’s website, which was launched in December 2016 and is regularly updated with the latest events. It’s hard to think of a more stimulating way to spend an evening. (Text: Sabko Neddermeyer / Photos: Simo Azzaoui)

Foodisch, various dates and locations. Subscribe to the newsletter to stay updated.

Sabko Neddermeyer has been living in Prenzlauer Berg since 2000. She writes concepts for advertising agencies as a freelancer and blogs as an author for Looping.

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DAS BRUNCH: ALL-DAY FEASTING IN EXTRAORDINARY LOCATIONS

DAS BRUNCH: ALL-DAY FEASTING IN EXTRAORDINARY LOCATIONS

Long, lazy, boozy brunches set in inspiring surroundings? Sounds like our kind of Saturday. Since summer 2014, Sophie von Oswald has been hosting her roaming breakfast club, Das Brunch, in some of the most exciting locations around town. This Saturday it’s time for round nine in Wedding’s Silent Green Kunstquartier, a former crematorium. An all-day breakfast menu is se rved from 10am onwards, offering a vegan, vegetarian or meat-inclusive brunch plate inspired by the Persian heritage of von Oswald and her sister, Xenia, with whom she runs the events. This time around, think poached eggs or a black bean breakfast burger, sumac pickled onion, Moroccan spiced chickpeas and asparagus. Then there’s challa french toast doused in vanilla spiced rhubarb, cardamom butter and maple syrup, coffee from Mars Küche and a Bloody Mary bar. Arnaldo & Milena Buchholz will provide the soundtrack to the day. The concept is flawless, the execution effortless and the vibes good all round. We only wish Das Brunch took place every weekend. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Rebecca Crawford / Tabea Mathern)

Silent Green Kulturquartier, Gerichtstr.35, 13347 Berlin-Wedding; map

Das Brunch #9, 1.4.17, 10-18h; Facebook event

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NOSH BERLIN: THE CITY’S FIRST-EVER JEWISH FOOD WEEK

NOSH BERLIN: THE CITY’S FIRST-EVER JEWISH FOOD WEEK

From to bagels and blintzes to pickles and pastrami, Jewish cooking traditions have become firmly entrenched in this city’s burgeoning dining options over the past few years. Yet for all our favorite kosher enterprises, there are many more still relatively under the radar. That’s all about to change thanks to Laurel Kratochvila of Fine Bagels and food culture journalist, Liv Fleischhacker, who are behind Nosh (meaning “food” in Yiddish) — the city’s inaugural festival of Jewish food. Kicking off this Sunday (19.3) with a special edition Breakfast Market at Markthalle Neun, the week’s drool-worthy line-up includes cooking classes, food demonstrations, talks, book presentations and film screenings. On Friday (24.3), choose from one of four Shabbat supper club directions from across the diaspora: Roman Jewish, Persian, modern Eastern European or Yemenite. Peruse the full program and prepare for your mouth to water. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Simone Hawlish / Rebecca Crawford)

Nosh Berlin: A Wonderful Week of Jewish Food
19-26.3, various locations. Full program, Facebook event.

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WORKSHOP WITH JEPPE HEIN: SINGING BOWL ART

WORKSHOP WITH JEPPE HEIN: SINGING BOWL ART

Plans for next Saturday (4.3.17)? How about creating your own painting under the guidance of an acclaimed Berlin artist at a gallery set in a castle? As far as workshops go, this one’s pretty special — and we’re giving two readers the chance to take part for free. In a two hour session, you’ll work with color, sound and vibration to create an art piece with singing bowls under the guidance of Jeppe Hein, who was inspired by traditional Thai singing bowl rituals on his travels. The workshop is held at ZKR – Centre for Art and Public Space, located in a restored 1868 castle in Schlosspark Biesdorf. The two 15-participant sessions, held at 10h and 13h, will both be held in German. Take a look at what’s in store here. We think it’ll be an experience to remember. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photos: Marek Kruszewski)

ZKR — Centre for Art and Public Space, Schloss Biesdorf, Alt-Biesdorf 55, 12683 Berlin; map

Singing bowl art workshop with Jeppe Hein, 4.3.17, 10-12h and 13-15h; Facebook event

For the chance to win two tickets for the 10am session, email win@ceecee.cc. Winners will be notified via email. To register for either session, email td@zkr-berlin.de. Tickets €12, €8 reduced. Wearing old clothing is advised.

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LIEBESKIND BERLIN x CEE CEE PRESENT THE BERLIN GUIDE

LIEBESKIND BERLIN x CEE CEE PRESENT THE BERLIN GUIDE

You’re invited: next Thursday (23.2.17), Liebeskind Berlin x Cee Cee are hosting a celebration of “The Berlin Guide”: Liebeskind’s compendium of insider tips for enjoying the city 24/7, compiled by Cee Cee. Join us from 19h for an evening packed with the best of a Berlin day. We’ll be kicking things off with Bloody Marys and channelling that canal-side summer feeling with an iced lemongrass tea. Pop by the “Späti Ecke” for popcorn, pick’n’mix or a pavement beer and — if you dare — let @theserottendays tattoo you live. There’ll be hotdogs for sustenance before we hit the dance floor, where Jamiie & Carla du riche will be spinning tracks. Expect a few more surprises yet — all of which should give you a taste of Liebeskind’s new city guide, which you’ll be able to take home with you. And just in case you need another reason to join us — all of this is happening at an exciting new Prenzlauer Berg location, Von Greifswald. RSVP via the Facebook event, round up your friends and get ready to celebrate the best of the city in style. (Text: Anna Dorothea Ker / Photo: Tim Kraehnke)

Von Greifswald, Greifswalder Str.80, 10405 Berlin-Prenzlauer Berg; map

Liebeskind Berlin x Cee Cee Present: 24/7 Berlin — Celebrate The City: 23.2.17, 19-23h; Facebook event

Thanks to our event partners: ManuTeeFakturBourbon DogsKetel One VodkaWildcorn and Beck’s.

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