Julia is a human who is curious about how people conduct themselves and why. She splits her time between Tiggy cafe in Collingwood – an experiment in cultural capital and (co)mmunal dependency – and an array of burgeoning experiments that could loosely be called An Art Practice.
Tiggy cafe's Sarah Booth and Julia Dunne share a recipe they learned from Nayran Tabiei, cooking teacher at Free to Feed, a pop-up cooking school in Melbourne taught by refugees and asylum seekers. The recipe? Nayran's Tas Kebab – originating in Turkey, over the centuries it's a dish that has made its way across the region and appears here with a Syrian twist.