In November Lipstick+Bread visited Baltimore as part of a broader collaboration between Memefest, Goucher College and the Black Yield Institute. We were invited to be part of the Baltimore's Food Apartheid sessions in which a deeper investigation of the racial structuring of Baltimore's food system with students, researchers and community activists was planed. Black Yield
Lipstick+Bread performed a special cooking workshop for children at the fantastic Village festival in Edinburgh Gardens in Fitzroy, Melbourne. Children prepared three special dishes: the magic Tropical Sunset drink, the one and only Tropical Sunny Side Up Taco, and Tropical Paradise dessert. It was a wonderful spring day, a bit cloudy but very pleasant. And
Ohh, jelly...we like jelly. Nothing can move like jelly. But see it for your self in the video bellow.
Every once in a while Lipstick+Bread goes to Wodonga to meet with our great friends Manfred and Marie Huber. Over a few days hedonism and pleasure are being the main things we are interested in and our time is devoted to cooking, eating, talking and spending time together. One thing we always do is that
In a very special place, Inside the beautiful Quartieri Spagnoli in magic Napoli, we found this amazing out of this world Pizzeria. Pizzeria Prigiobbo serves traditional Napoli pizza but this is a restaurant not for tourists but for locals and as authentic as it gets. The atmosphere was divine, the Pizza's could not be better
https://vimeo.com/123056011 We think this is a beautiful artwork. We like the orange color and the sound and the little tomato in the mouth.
What can we learn from Pirates today? Lipstick+Bread at Pier's festival at the Station Pier in Melbourne. This time together with the young pirate! The happy people visiting the festival have been taken on a real adventure. They were treated with and learned how to cook and prepare The magic Caribbean Pirate (Rum) Drink, and
when my father ate his lips became greasy with food. and when he ate he talked about how good the food was and that most other people didn’t eat as good as we did. he liked to sop up what was left on his plate with a piece of bread, meanwhile making appreciative sounds