Anna Francese Gass + New Haven’s Sanctuary Kitchen

Anna Francese Gass, author of Heirloom Kitchen

Anna Francese Gass is the author of Heirloom Kitchen: Heritage Recipes and Family Stories from the Tables of Immigrant Women. Anna’s mother, an immigrant from Italy, is a phenomenal scratch cook. And although Anna trained at the French Culinary Institute and immersed herself in the world of food and recipe testing, she was embarrassed to admit that she didn’t know how to make her mother’s meatballs. Heirloom Kitchen documents Anna’s effort to capture and master her mother’s unwritten recipes, as well as the treasured recipes of women from all over the world who resettled in America. It was a delicious and uplifting experience. Also this hour, a conversation with the women of Sanctuary Kitchen in New Haven. We’ll talk to Co-founder Sumiya Khan, Culinary Coordinator Carol Byer-Alcorace, and Sanctuary Kitchen Chef Rawaa Ghazi.

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Robyn Doyon-Aitken and Catie Talarski produced this show.

Sumiya Khan, Co-founder of Sanctuary Kitchen in New Haven, Conn.
Rawaa Ghazi, Chef at Sanctuary Kitchen in New Haven, Conn.
Carol Byer-Alcorace, Culinary coordinator at Sanctuary Kitchen in New Haven, Conn.
Syrian, Afghan, Sudanese, and Iraqi chefs at Sanctuary Kitchen making Syrian Yalenji
Anna Francese Gass, Author of Heirloom Kitchen

Guests:
Anna Francese Gass – Author of Heirloom Kitchen: Heritage Recipes and Family Stories from the Tables of Immigrant Women
Sumiya Khan – Co-founder and Program Manager of Sanctuary Kitchen in New Haven, Conn.
Rawaa Ghazi – Chef at Sanctuary Kitchen in New Haven, Conn.
Carol Byer-Alcorace – Culinary Coordinator at Sanctuary Kitchen in New Haven, Conn.

Features Recipes:
Gina’s Brodo di Mama e Polpette (Meatballs with Tomato Sauce)
Safoi’s Chicken Tagine
Maria’s Sancocho (Meat Stew)

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