Recipes for Resistance explores the politics of food and its relationship to migration, belonging, memory, culture, coloniality, gender, resilience, adaptability and resistance. It functions as a metaphor for and testimony to survival. Spanning poetry, testimonies, articles, cross generational conversations, interviews, illustrations, photography and recipes.
Contributors: Raisa Kabir, Sabba Khan, Queer Masala, Nandini Moitra, Zarina Muhammad, Raju Rage, YSK Prerana, Vijeta Kumar, Edible Archives and WAH! Womxn Artists of Colour. It centres South Asian voices, from South Asia and the diaspora, in an attempt to connect them better and platform issues of ethnicity, religion, caste and gender.
Themes: allotments, foraging, migration, queerness, diaspora; anorexia and eating disorders; indigenous ingredients, edible archives, memory and body, cross generational conversations, legacy, community kitchens, coloniality, gender, caste, hybridity and fusion, and pleasures.