STREET FOOD WITH A SIDE OF POLITICS…
The Conflict Kitchen was started by three artists from Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh - they opened a take-out restaurant that only serves the national cuisines of the countries the United States is currently in conflict with. The food comes wrapped in paper covered with facts about the current country’s government, culture and the way the U.S. perceives it. It makes starting an interesting dinner conversation a breeze.
(Source: hahamagartconnect, via helloyoucreatives)