Innovating Kitchen & Work Culture with Kamal Mouzawak

Kamal Mouzawak on Food on Point Podcast

Our theme this month is called “Innovating Kitchen & Work Culture” and we’re learning all about how Kamal Mouzawak, founder of Souk el Tayeb (@soukeltayeb), Tawlet (@Tawlet) and Beit Douma (et al.), is rocking the culinary sector with social entrepreneurship concepts like no other in Lebanon. Through fostering farmers and producers and employing women to share their local cuisine, Souk el Tayeb’s organizations is actively fostering, spreading and preserving traditional and regional culinary landscapes. Creating spaces of exchange around food is generating a profound social and economic impact for Lebanon and beyond, one delicious dish at a time. #makefoodnotwar

 

Further reading

From Beirut With Love: Souk El Tayeb by Rachel Khong for MAD feed

Beit Douma: Beirut’s Home Away From Home by Tarajia Morrell for WSJ

Palestinian Refugees Are Starting an All-Female Food Truck in Lebanon by Alex Swerdloff for VICE Munchies

Migrant Women Serving Up Social Enterprise Through Food by Amandas Ong for Forbes

 

This episode is in ENGLISH