Greek yoghurt, hummus and flat bread have long since become integral components of German supermarket shelves. Food is a way of creating identity, but should also be enjoyed with caution. As a cooking show with Ronya Othmann and Hartmut El Kurdi, we raise questions about identity constructions through eating: What does country cuisine mean in the diaspora? What is the connection between migration and the food supply in German supermarkets? Is there a “country cuisine” at all? We are testing a recipe from politics and world history that illuminates capitalist inequality structures and at the same time creates connecting moments of exchange and enjoyment.