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Soft Landing Missoula, a nonprofit that works with the local refugee and immigrant community to provide support, opportunities and programs to families once they arrive, is bringing back its evening supper clubs. They are part of its larger United We Eat program, where refugees and immigrants share their recipes with the community.
“We’re so pleased to gather around a shared table again,” explained Beth Baker, United We Eat’s program manager.
They’ve partnered with local restaurant Masala to have a supper club on Sunday, Sept. 18. Chef Sahar AlZaidi will share her Iraqi cuisine consisting of items like grilled halal lamb and beef kebabs on a bed of seasoned rice with fava beans and served with a minty cucumber yogurt sauce. The meal will consist of many other items, including an appetizer, a salad and a dessert.
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AlZaidi arrived from Baghdad in 2017 with her husband and two sons. Her mother taught her everything in the kitchen, and she now wants to share her culture, hospitality and food with Missoulians. A full menu and details can be found online