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Cook-and-Dine session #10 (Out of Africa)

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Date(s) - 26/10/2019
18:00 - 22:30

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“The forest not only hides man’s enemies but it’s full of man’s medicine, healing power and food.” ~ African proverb.

Africa is a continent that is rich and diverse in terms of culture and traditions. The continent is also considered to be the agricultural hub in the world. Due to this, most of African culture is ultimately intertwined with the foodstuffs that the land has to offer.

Join us in this “Cook-and-Dine” session as we try our hand at preparing a few popular African dishes!

When:  Saturday, October 26th, starting at 18.00 hours till about 22.30 hours thereabouts

Where:  Marelie’s and Bart’s home in Ludwigshafen (address will be provided to those attending one week before the event begins)

What:  We begin our exploratory meal with the refreshing “Kachumbari”, a popular East African recipe made basically with tomatoes and onions, and whatever else the cook likes!  Fans of spicy foods can look forward to some “Peri Peri Chicken”, a dish with roots in Africa and Portugal.  We will be making  some “Plasas” (a vegetable and peanut stew), which will go beautifully with “Fufu” and “Ugali” – two varieties of starch which are staples in many African countries.  “Jollof Rice” is a must-try as well – this spiced tomato rice is one of the most common dishes in Western Africa.  Last but not least, some South African “Melktert” to end our meal on a sweet note.

There is space for 10 participants.  Once you have registered, make sure to let us know if you have any special dietary requests so that we may adjust the menu accordingly.

The list of participants will be finalised two weeks before event date.

Thanks!

Faeimm Tang

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