Flavors of Coexistence, is a gastrodiplomatic, bridge-building initiative that aims to raise awareness and appreciation of Jewish communities in the diaspora.
Past Flavors of Coexistence programs include: A Journey Through the Levant, Beyond Apples & Honey, Jewtinos y La Mesa, Kamayan Shabbat, Lezzetli Türkiye, One-Two-Tapas!, Shabbat Salaam and Ta'im Israel.
FoodSteps are private culinary walking tours designed by Analucía and local restauranteurs for travelers seeking more than just good food. FoodSteps tours tell the story of migration via 90 minute walking tour that details the impact of mass migration in world cities. Tastings included.
Past FoodSteps tours have been held Lima, Peru, Paris, France and Tel Aviv, Israel.
A critical pedagogue, Analucía has facilitated hundreds of discussions and lectures about diversity and inclusion, global migration, and identity development and wellness in a Jewish context. An innovator in the field, Analucía welcomes any opportunity to share her expertise and engage communities in critical thinking.
Past discussions and lectures include: Arevut: Responsibility and Partnership in a Global Jewish Context, Ladino Through the Ages: A Linguistic History of the Pan-Mediterranean Jewish Language, and Welcoming Jewish Multiculturalism and Global Diversity at the Table, to name a few.
Passionate about gatherings, Analucía also has experience curating immersive weekend or week-long learning retreats. She is available to serve as a Jewish educator and is open to collaborating with interested organizations.
Past retreats: Detox and Wellness, Samsara: Jewish LifeCycles (Part 1 and 2), and Social Justice in Judaism.
An avid food storyteller, Analucía has produced over 50 hands-on gastro-centric workshops. More than just cooking classes, Analucía's workshops incorporate anthropological, historical and sociological learning.
Past workshops include: Aubergenius, Hot Pockets: A Passport to Stuffed Foods, Hummus Where the Heart Is, and Spice It Up, to name a few.