Food is a medium that can build community, share culture and identity, embody social injustice, tie in to questions of environmentalism and sustainability, and polarize people and groups as much as unify them. WUD Cuisine is here to explore these topics through cooking, eating, and community.
The Cuisine Committee is the most recently-established WUD committee. We are here to be an advocate and platform for student engagement in and discovery of the food system: on our campus, in Madison, within our nation, and around the world.
Join us for our cooking workshops, demonstrations, conversations, and lectures from faculty, professionals and community members. Join us from 6:00PM to 7:00PM on Thursday evenings in Union South to have a say in the types of events WUD Cuisine creates and for biweekly discussions with members of the Madison food community.
All free events sponsored by WUD Cuisine Committee are intended for UW-Madison students, faculty, staff and Union members and guests.
Join us for Slavador Dali inspired hors d’oeuvres, party games and a whimsical photo booth! Come as you are. Surrealist costumes encouraged!
Welcome Elena Terry, the Executive Chef of Wild Bearies and member of the Ho Chunk Nation for our Chefs Speak Out!
3rd annual Thanksgiving workshop at Babcock Hall
Rethink the importance of vision in dining.
Come hear about the work of the Bail Fund and how food can be connected to human rights work.
Understand food insecurity through art - create drawings with colored pencils and oil pastels.