Given the recent rhetoric in the United States surrounding Iran, we have decided to reopened our Iranian version. Come down, have some kubideh (or our vegetarian kookoo sabzi), unpack the news of the day, and get introduced to some of the thoughts and opinions of people living in Iran. Kubideh Kitchen is developed in collaboration… MORE >
When: Saturday, April 28th, noon Pittsburgh, USA, 8:30pm Tehran, IRAN Where: The Blue Room of the Shadow Lounge, 5972 Baum Boulevard, adjacent to Kubideh Kitchen and the Waffle Shop, Pittsburgh/ Sazmanab Project, Tehran The Conflict Kitchen and Sazmanab Project held the second annual live city to city dinner party. The meal, held simultaneously in Pittsburgh… MORE >
We will be using the billboard space above our kitchen for the month of April to present quotes and information from members of the Iranian community here locally and in Iran. -IRAN IS HOME TO THE LARGEST NUMBER OF JEWS ANYWHERE IN THE MIDDLE EAST OUTSIDE OF ISRAEL -COME ON WE CAN DO BETTER THAN… MORE >
In light of our temporary limbo status (as we look for a new location downtown), the Conflict Kitchen has been functioning as a Cuban paladar (home-based restaurant) in the home of a local Pittsburgh family. Join us for a five-course Cuban meal prepared by our chef with special guests and dinner conversation that is sure… MORE >
Conflict Kitchen is a take-out restaurant that only serves cuisine from countries with which the United States is in conflict.
Conflict Kitchen is a take-out restaurant that only serves cuisine from countries with which the United States is in conflict. The food is served out of a take-out style storefront that rotates identities every six months to highlight another country. Each iteration of the project is augmented by events, performances, and discussions that seek to… MORE >
Presentation and meal for 250 people in Judson church. Those sitting on the right side of the table were served a traditional South Korean dish while those on the right side of the table were served a traditional North Korean dish. Depending on which side you sat place mats had either interviews with North Koreans… MORE >
The Conflict Kitchen and Sazmanab Project held the second annual live city to city dinner party. The meal, held simultaneously in Pittsburgh and Tehran, invited diners in both cities to sit around long tables that were joined via webcam to create an international dinner party. Each city prepared the same Persian recipes and shared food… MORE >