As part of the Eco Cvetko fair, Kombinat organized Tasty Action – a culinary gathering which, through creative cooking and gardening workshops, aimed to emphasize the importance of growing and consuming locally grown food and food produced by local family farms. Tasty Action was built on the similar project called Recipe: Get Involved! which included two culinary events and gathered volunteers and youth organizations in order to promote communication, foster collaboration and exchange of knowledge and skills between them.
Also, Tasty Action aimed at dislocating this type of socially engaged content outside the city center and encourage the community to organize similar activities. Creative cooking and gardening workshops were led by Dora Tkalec from the Solidarity Exchange Group (Drenova branch) and the Tasty Action ended with a culinary mingle of volunteers, gathered citizens and Kombinat members.
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