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
Lipstick+ Bread was invited to do a series of specially curated cooking workshops in the magic city Matera, in south Italy as part of the festival Il Terra del Panne- The Land of Bread. The workshops were part of the Food Democracy book sessions, so we chose to cook from the book while discussing its
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
Do you remember Michael Douglas in the cult movie Falling Down, holding a cheese burger in his hand, comparing it with the advertisement and asking: "What's wrong with this picture?" Invited by the National Gallery of Victoria as part of Melbourne Design Week, this specially curated Lipstick + Bread cooking class looked at food advertising
Lipstick and bread was invited to perform at the fantastic Village Festival's World Kitchen held on Acland street in St Kilda and Edinburgh Gardens in North Fitzroy. Menu: magic Caribbean treasure Rum and the one and only Lady of St Kilda Pirate Sardine Sandwich! It was immense pleasure and fun. Everyone loved the amazing
The Pirate Food cooking class was a fun exploration of delicious pirate food and conversations on what can we learn from pirates today. Did you know that pirates were very much about pleasure? So was this class. But pirates were also the ones who created utopian worlds outside of the ruling system and developed a
This cooking class was a part of a special artistic cooking workshop on the theme Pleasure. Gourmands, gluttons, epicures, snackers and all manner of nibblers have been invited to participate in a one-day cooking event in which they have prepared and consumed a bespoke dish invented by Oliver Vodeb, Manfred Huber and Darren Tofts.