We Are Food Society

Since the launch of the blog in July, many of you have left comments saying that you would like to learn more about Libyan food and are especially interested in seeing more recipes or taking a cooking class. Well, the time has come, and I would like to establish a food society (or a club if you like) in Tripoli, for all of us foodies to get together and have a good time! Before I can do that I need to make sure that this project is worthwhile. If you are interested, please click on the button below and take this survey to help me make an informed decision. Thank you for your time!


14 Comments Add yours

  1. Memo says:

    great idea i like it !!!! i support you 100%

    1. Thanks Memo… we need all the support we can get!

  2. Jen says:

    I am a huuuuuge food fan (international blend!!!) and would absolutely love to learn about Libyan food as well as share and join a food society out here… I think it’s a great idea and fully support it!!!

    1. Thanks Jen. Happy to have you on board!

  3. Mary Farry says:

    Fantastic idea Sarah! Really would be interesting to learn how to cook Libyan cuisine whilst residing here.

    1. Thanks Mary! Hope to meet you soon 🙂

  4. Yaseen El kanuni says:

    Good luck, and look forward to 100 percent from all applicants.

    1. Thanks Yaseen. Great to hear from you again and look forward to meeting you soon 🙂

  5. Philip Kuegler says:

    Great Idea. Me and two more of our company would love to join such gatherings!

    1. Sounds great! The more the merrier 😀 Thanks Philip!

  6. hatem says:

    Great count me in i’d love to learn cooking, good luck

    1. Thanks Hatem, great to have you join!

  7. hatem baruni says:

    great count me in, good luck

  8. FreeQA Dawn says:

    when it comes to cooking i am a wreck, i cant even fry an egg (literally), so its a great idea to have this kinda club, but my mind has came up with a better idea, i think i’ll get married inshalla and enjoy a touch of love in me food..
    but what if she cant cook…?
    of course she can cook, women are great cooks by nature!
    why are most chefs men then?
    cause cheffism is a tedious job that requires more physical strength then cooking
    youre blurting out nonsense….
    besides …. a man wont put his heart into his cooking
    oh … ure a cannibal now??
    aaah shut up …. u messed up my comment
    nice idea Sarah and i wish u good luck

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