Join us 07.02.2023 at 7 PM GMT For a live Zoom conversation between Safiya Robinson & Fatima "Fatti" Tarkleman
Fatima is a development chef and writer with a focus on sustainability, food systems, and how they relate to broader food justice issues.
More information on the conversation will be updated soon!
This conversation will be in English & will be recorded and transcribed to our website at a later date.
Safiya Robinson is a creative cook, writer, wellness advocate and the founder of sisterwoman vegan, a plant based social enterprise exploring wellness through food. Inspired by her Black American, Jamaican and British heritage she creates plant forward dishes, believing that food is a healing modality, centring community, education and mindfulness in her work. With a focus on holistic wellness and mental health she creates spaces for critical food conversation and seeks to empower us all to think more critically about the food that we eat. Through supper clubs, cooking lessons, writing, events and food education, her focus is intentional nourishment. She is currently enrolled in a masters programme in the Anthropology of Food at SOAS University. Safiya was nominated one of Code Hospitality's Top 100 Women in Hospitality 2021.
Fatima "Fatti" Tarkleman is a zero-waste migrant chef of mixed African-Asian descent. She has special interests in cross-cultural cooking that prioritises sustainability and inclusivity, while representing her London upbringing, and the flavours of her heritage. Fatima works as a development chef, workshop facilitator, recipe writer, and content creator. She embraces innovative ways of using age-old techniques to make delicious food, putting care for people, their stories, and nature at the heart of her practice. Fatti is currently working at the ultra-sustainable Silas Yard in Hoxton, as well as curating her collaborative cookbook Kin~spiration: recipes to waste less by chefs and their inspirations.