Jocelyn Martinez

Jocelyn Martinez om chilensk barnemat.

Jocelyn Martinez - Mat og meg - Memoar

Mat og meg intervju med Jocelyn Martinez på Ammerud , Oslo, Norge, om hennes chilenske mattradisjoner.

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Mat og meg intervju med Jocelyn Martinez på Ammerud , Oslo, Norge, om hennes chilenske mattradisjoner. Jocelyn forteller om å bli mobbet da hun var liten på grunn av lukten av maten til hennes Chilenske familie. Hun forteller også om hvordan hun holder de Chilenske tradisjonene i live sammen med barna sine i dag, og hvordan hun lærer de å sette pris på flere ulike matkulturer og tradisjoner.

Intervjulogg

00:00 Introduction, Name, Place

00:53 I was born in Chile, came here when I was 5

01:23 Cooking was shared between my mom and step-dad

02:09 Pollo Arvejado dish

03:06 As we gained accessibility to spices, then the flavors became more authentic. Oslo, spices, protein, vegetables

04:34 We would be told that we smell like onions, our food smells disgusting. onions, bullying, clothes, kids, neighbors, shaming, assimilation

07:20 We were the only brown kids at school kids, school, cultutral switch

08:31 My parents never cooked Norwegian food fiskeboller, variety, brødskive, cheese, bread, barnhage

10:10 I'm from Chile, South America and my husabnd is from Senegal, West Africa Sengal, West Africa, mother-in-law, cultutral participation, cooking,

11:43 I have chosen consciously to live in a place with predominately people of color Pakistan, Thailand, Morocco, kids, people of color, food culture, leftovers,

14:11 I was so disconneted from food being a carrier of culture when I was a teenager mother, grandmother, baby, recipes, traditions, generations, alienation,

17:18 You give your baby fresh foods baby, fresh foods, stews, spices, oregano, Chile, Norway, misconception, homemade