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In this cooking demonstration, Masoud shows the Hon Stirling Hinchliffe, MP, Minister for Multicultural Affairs (Qld) how to make traditional lamb and chicken kebabs in a Persian-style Aussie backyard BBQ.

Grab the ingredients from the recipe cards below and cook along at home!

 

 

 

Masoud Panahi and his family came to Queensland from Iran as refugees two years ago.

Masoud had been working as a cook in Iran and Turkey for many years.  Food is his passion.

In Brisbane, he and his wife obtained their food handling certificates through Nundah Community Enterprises Cooperative

They've now established a family catering business; Persian Kitchen Catering.

They make a variety of Persian food, catering for any occasion including birthdays, weddings, parties and more from 20 to 500 people.

It is very important to the Panahis to work together as a family and support each other in new country.

They believe that they should give back to the community by working and showcasing their culture through food.

Follow Persian Kitchen Catering on Instagram!

 

REIMAGINE Virtual Events premieres these cooking demonstrations to an online audience as part of our Culture in the Kitchen program, featuring storytelling and events that enrich our understanding of the many people and cultures that call this place home.

A backyard BBQ with Persian Kitchen Catering and the Hon Stirling Hinchliffe, MP premieres on YouTube and Facebook at 5pm on 1 November.  Subscribe to our YouTube channel for notifications or set a watch reminder through the video link below.

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01

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5:00pm - 5:15pm
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Premiering on YouTube and Facebook
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Sarah Pember ·
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Lida Daliri Evin Khalil Fatima Jalalvand Anthony Hin Margaret mchugh Jun Song Susan Chester Vicky Su Mark Overett Rehana Begum Katra Ali Osman
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1-11-2020 17:00:00 1-11-2020 17:15:00 Australia/Brisbane Persian Kitchen Catering and Stirling Hinchliffe In this cooking demonstration, Masoud shows the Hon Stirling Hinchliffe, MP, Minister for Multicultural Affairs (Qld) how to make traditional lamb and chicken kebabs in a Persian-style Aussie backyard BBQ. Grab the ingredients from the recipe cards below and cook along at home!       Masoud Panahi and his family came to Queensland from Iran as refugees two years ago. Masoud had been working as a cook in Iran and Turkey for many years.  Food is his passion. In Brisbane, he and his wife obtained their food handling certificates through Nundah Community Enterprises Cooperative.  They've now established a family catering business; Persian Kitchen Catering. They make a variety of Persian food, catering for any occasion including birthdays, weddings, parties and more from 20 to 500 people. It is very important to the Panahis to work together as a family and support each other in new country. They believe that they should give back to the community by working and showcasing their culture through food. Follow Persian Kitchen Catering on Instagram!   REIMAGINE Virtual Events premieres these cooking demonstrations to an online audience as part of our Culture in the Kitchen program, featuring storytelling and events that enrich our understanding of the many people and cultures that call this place home. A backyard BBQ with Persian Kitchen Catering and the Hon Stirling Hinchliffe, MP premieres on YouTube and Facebook at 5pm on 1 November.  Subscribe to our YouTube channel for notifications or set a watch reminder through the video link below. Sarah Pember SarahP@multiculturalaustralia.org.au
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Lida Daliri
Evin Khalil
Fatima Jalalvand
Anthony Hin
Margaret mchugh
Jun Song
Susan Chester
Vicky Su
Mark Overett
Rehana Begum
Katra Ali Osman

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