Nowhere Kitchen improvises with what you have and make art out of it.
Leftover Cooking in your Private House*
Pepe Dayaw cooks with you, using whatever he finds in your fridge and pantry and makes a meal out of it, translating what he finds into a fusion of then and now here. This is a nomadic cooking school, restaurant and storytelling session in one.
It’s suitable for an intimate evening with friends, for families and co-living situations who want to cook and learn together, a supperclub in your house, a seasonal kitchen cleaning overhaul, or a romantic dinner.
Leftover Cooking as a Cozy Banquet
Guests can bring their leftovers or you arrange provisions from the season’s harvest, be it from a local farm or from the surplus of the overproducing supermarket. Pepe leads the cooking of the yields into an ambient cooking show, pop-up eatery and karaoke bar.
It’s suitable for celebrating birthdays, product or project launches, collective gatherings, despedidas, or team building retreats; indoor or outdoor.
Leftover Cooking as a Large Feast
Participants can bring their leftovers or you arrange provisions from the season’s harvest, be it from a local farm or from the surplus of the overproducing supermarket. Pepe choreographs an open kitchen space that becomes a site for cooking and exchanging together. Due to the size of the event, it is in itself an intervention in any space it occupies.
It’s suitable for curated big events (i.e. museums), conferences, street performance, public or urban space interventions, orchestra or batucada gatherings, as a performance in dance, music or art festivals; indoor or outdoor.
*Leftover cooking in your private house could be an experience for up to 20 people: a Banquet could be an experience anywhere for up to 50 people; and Feast could be an experience anywhere for up to 200 people. This is based on experience that we have had so far.
Photos: (from top) 1 Bruno Granja; 2,3 Wilson Santinelli 3, Todd Lester, 4 Agora Collective, 5 Rumi Kubokawa, 6 Andi Weiland, 7 Jake Wilson (brochure)