On Monday, June 23rd, a group of 17 students from Harlem Educational Activities Fund (HEAF) came to Ginny’s Supper Club to participate in a cooking demo and discussion with Chef Marcus Samuelsson. The students will head off to Stockholm, Sweden this Saturday as a part of HEAF’s Learning for Social Impact (LSI) course.
With the assistance of a few brave students, Marcus demonstrated traditional Swedish foods including Swedish Meatballs and Pytt I Panna, a Swedish hash made with potatoes and minced meat.
Marcus discussed his experiences growing up in Sweden, contemporary Swedish culture, and the ways that sustainability and economic history have shaped Swedish cuisine. The students asked exciting questions, and we can’t wait to hear all about their trip! Trevlig resa!