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African Cuisine In The Digital World Food 2015

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Tue, 2015-10-13 14:33

Discovering African Cuisine in the Digital World

Regaining African cuisine's heritage with technology is what this event is all about. Technology makes food discovery easier than ever, yet still most ethnic cuisines remain relatively unknown. Why is ethnic food’s cultural heritage so poorly claimed? What if we celebrate how technology is putting ethnic cuisine on the move?

Using the example of African cuisine(s), let's discuss how we can leverage technology to regain ethnic cuisine heritage, enrich it to create a unique identity, and ultimately democratise it in the digital world. Let's celebrate the greatness of African cuisine, with great discussion, drinks, and lovely African snacks! So we will be hacking, listening, sharing, contemplating, innovating, creating, discussing, we will be collaborating and inspiring. Connect and catch up with the influential people in the market of African food, blogging and technology.

Agenda

6:30 PM - 7:00 PM: Registrations and welcome
7:00 PM - 8:00 PM: Panel Discussion
8:00 PM - 8:30 PM: Q & A
8:30 PM - 9:00 PM: Mingles and networking

Panelists

  • Ronke Lawal (@ronkelawal), Moderator
    Founder of Ariatu PR, Mentor at Cherie Blair Foundation and Blogger at Who's For Dinner
  • Freda "Freedes" Muyambo (@myburntorange)
    African Cuisine Expert at About.com, Blogger at My Burnt Orange
  • Leslie West Africa Cooks (@westafricacooks)
    Africa’s Favourite Food, Recipes and Cooking Site
  • Hortense Julienne (@hjulienne)
    Author of The Bank Cook for food banks, Blogger at All Vegan
  • Makda @ Lemlem Kitchen (@lemlemkitchen)
    Modern cuisine with a touch of Eritrean flavours
  • Fafa @ Ndudu-By-Fafa (@anton1888)
    Blogger and Host of the critically-acclaimed Ndudu By Fafa cookery show on ABNTV

Bonus!

After the discussion, we will be having a draw for those who tweeted about the event with the hashtag #AfricanFoodie. Enter for the chance to win a copy of the critically acclaimed and best-selling cookbook from the brilliant trio behind The Groundnut.

So join us, post a tweet, and it may very well be yours!
Tweet #AfricanFoodie and #FoodTechWeek

African Foodie Event And Food Tech Week 2015

Tuesday, 20 October 2015 from 18:30 to 21:00 (BST)

Location

WeWork Devonshire Square
9 Devonshire Square
EC2M 4YF London
United Kingdom
www.foodtechweek

West Africa Cooks
Editor

African Food Search (UK £)

Social

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