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A New Card to the Table

TINKOpp, a start-up passionate about bringing about the new and unconventional in Sports Business & Events to the community, sponsors Food Revolution Doha in Fresh Produce for the live cooking sessions.

We believe training like food can be captured in a sentiment best expressed by Jason Statham (Transporter), in an interview about his diet “When you have no rules, the mind starts to slack”. Your mind is a wonderful tool. And with the right training, preparation and education, can be making all the right calls to getting you to the BEST you, YOU have ever seen.

TINKOpp believes in preparation, education and the right mind frame to be open and liberated to reaching your goals and ultimately to your passions. So come tomorrow to Food Revolution Day with open minds! And empty stomachs!

Follow your passions, Follow TINKOpp on www.twitter.com/TINKOpp

If you are attending Food Revolution Doha on May 19 (TOMORROW!), then we have a surprise for you. As our goal is to help remind people the importance of home-cooked food and using fresh natural items in any way possible, we want to take this further & give you an opportunity to get involved and share your knowledge with the wider Doha community.

We are hosting a potluck (Read more about it here).


Do you have an amazing dish that you always cook at home, either passed down from family or you learned it from someone and improved it above & beyond? Bring a dish of food (whether it’s something you have for lunch and/or dinner, or even a dessert item) that you have made at home. There are a few rules:
MINIMAL TO NO PROCESSED ITEMS! (The whole point is about using fresh items to make it. It can be challenging to find a lot of natural items, so we’re giving you a little bit of flexibility)
CUT BACK ON OILY & TRANS FAT items. 
Should be able to serve at least 10 people (Don’t plan to make so much that you’re catering an event).
If it’s something part of your cultural heritage (Asian, Indian Subcontinent, Middle Eastern, etc.), we want to see that as well. If you’ve also made it healthier, that’s even better as others would be curious to learn.
We’d love it if you can write up the ingredients you have used to making it, print it and put it next to your dish for others to learn and see. It’s a chance for others to learn as well.

We have a table for you where you can place it. Plus, we have plates for you so that other people can get a chance to sample your home-cooked dish. If you have taken another dish and really helped to make it even more nutritious & healthy, we’re welcome to see that as well.

Bring on your best mouth-watering recipes (whether it’s by your mother or even by you) & let’s remind each other of the significance of home-cooked food!
[Image source: http://potluckexchange.blogspot.com/]
If you are attending Food Revolution Doha on May 19 (TOMORROW!), then we have a surprise for you. As our goal is to help remind people the importance of home-cooked food and using fresh natural items in any way possible, we want to take this further & give you an opportunity to get involved and share your knowledge with the wider Doha community.

We are hosting a potluck (Read more about it here).
Do you have an amazing dish that you always cook at home, either passed down from family or you learned it from someone and improved it above & beyond? Bring a dish of food (whether it’s something you have for lunch and/or dinner, or even a dessert item) that you have made at home. There are a few rules:
  1. MINIMAL TO NO PROCESSED ITEMS! (The whole point is about using fresh items to make it. It can be challenging to find a lot of natural items, so we’re giving you a little bit of flexibility)
  2. CUT BACK ON OILY & TRANS FAT items. 
  3. Should be able to serve at least 10 people (Don’t plan to make so much that you’re catering an event).
  4. If it’s something part of your cultural heritage (Asian, Indian Subcontinent, Middle Eastern, etc.), we want to see that as well. If you’ve also made it healthier, that’s even better as others would be curious to learn.
  5. We’d love it if you can write up the ingredients you have used to making it, print it and put it next to your dish for others to learn and see. It’s a chance for others to learn as well.
We have a table for you where you can place it. Plus, we have plates for you so that other people can get a chance to sample your home-cooked dish. If you have taken another dish and really helped to make it even more nutritious & healthy, we’re welcome to see that as well.

Bring on your best mouth-watering recipes (whether it’s by your mother or even by you) & let’s remind each other of the significance of home-cooked food!

[Image source: http://potluckexchange.blogspot.com/]

5 countries in the GCC (Kuwait, Bahrain, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, and United Arab Emirates) are taking a stand for proper food on Jamie Oliver’s Food Revolution Day. What are you waiting for? Time we turn the tide on obesity & diabetes.

Join us this Saturday at the Recreation Centre in Education City (Click the photo to see our event listing on the official website).

DON’T FORGET TO RSVP!

Chef Hiroyuki Tamagawa from The Pearl Qatar (UDC) will be giving people a hands-on session to make something nutritious and delicious with a live demonstration on Food Revolution Day. Expect it to tingle your taste buds ;)

Are you joining us? Register here

It’s happening and we want you to join us. Register here to learn best things about cooking and more.