Challenge
0
JOIN

Food = Cultural Nutrition

Let’s build a platform/calendar for discovering cultural events and its specialities i.e. korean thanksgiving.



Let’s build a platform/calendar for discovering cultural events and its specialities i.e. korean thanksgiving. Lets top/add restaurants/recipes/invitations/experiences for sharing them after.

A Globalization and the merge of different cultures are a sign of time: to overcome the fear of the incoming strangers, why not use something very human: Sharing Food, Cooking together.

B In Zurich there are at the Moment 32% strangers from 170 Nations, 195 Nations worldwide. Lets get to know their background - through food.

C Food and its preparation is transporting knowledge for the food and its ingredients including where it comes from. Combined with information about the country of origin. Topped with Fun.

D We take moments where food is a very important part: holidays. We look for the special events in each country and combine it in one calendar and hook up all recipes or local events. Example: Corean Thanksgiving. Sept 23 - 26., Chinese New year, ongoing right now.

E. Goal: a worldmap where we can scroll the countries and see recipes and cultural events accordingly. It can be a spontanous collection of online recipes/images. If ever we can link it with the ingredients in the shop nearby or the restaurants around the corner or the events happening.

Example: http://radio.garden/live/athens/radio895/

Connect to our community on Mattermost | Twitter | Facebook

All attendees, sponsors, partners, volunteers and staff at our hackathon are required to agree with the Hack Code of Conduct. Organisers will enforce this code throughout the event. We expect cooperation from all participants to ensure a safe environment for everybody.

Creative Commons LicenceThe contents of this website, unless otherwise stated, are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License.

Latest update: 2018-02-16
Maintainer: Tabea Guhl

Launched at Open Food Hackdays Basel by