The world is experiencing one of the biggest refugee crises. 4.8 million Syrians had to leave their homes. 2.7 million of them are now living in Turkey with no prospects of return in the near future. The refugees in the host countries are in urgent need of social and economic integration. The integration process should be smooth and should not disrupt the internal dynamics of the host country. If the channels for Syrian social and economic self-empowerment opened, the individuals could grow the economy, which would likely bring vitality to the host country. Al-Shami kitchen project aims to open such a channel for Syrian women as it strives to transform the talent of Syrian women utilized in daily life into a sustainable economic value. The project will do so by providing the women with an organizational infrastructure where they can produce the popular Syrian meals for market.