Do you want to learn how to cook Pupusa? Pupusa is a typical dish from El Salvador and, has been named the ‘national dish of El Salvador’.
Ramadan is one of the most important events in the Muslim calendar. Read more about it in this article by Sara!
An article by Leidy from OCC about creating something new from recycled materials that she had at home.
You probably hear a lot about Kurdish people, but maybe you don’t know that it is one of the
largest ethnic groups in the Middle East.
The vulnerability of the already precarious lives of refugees has only been heightened due to the virus and, sooner or later, the gravity of their situation will become more widely apparent.
Dolma can hardly compete with any other food, and is important at every table in the Middle East. It is particularly renowned in Iraq, but is also a typical dish in many other Middle Eastern countries such as Palestine, Lebanon and Syria.
This beautiful, fluffy bread is a common feature of the Afghan cuisine. We typically eat this for breakfast in Afghanistan. It is delicious, can be eaten with anything and is easy to make. Here’s how!
The name ‘baba ganoush’ derives from the Arabic phrase, ‘baba gannuj’, in which baba can mean father, daddy or an endearment, and gannuj can be translated as pampered. The popular dish originates in Lebanon but has become a quintessential feature of everyday Arabic cuisine.
Check this amazing receipe from one of our ESC volunteers at OCC Barcelona! Learn how to make a traditional Arabic sweet.
My name is Mimi, I am 19 years old and I am from England. I am volunteering at OCC Barcelona as part of my European Solidarity Corps project for nine months. My main role is as the English teacher in which I teach locals at a beginner and intermediate level and also to refugee minors.