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Eat African This November 2015

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Wed, 2015-10-28 23:03
Eat African SupperClubs November 2015

So you are an adventurous eater, a foodie now wondering whether you will like other African foods away from the family heritage of say your parents of Nigeria or you have never tried African cooking but you have sampled Indian. Well from Ghanaian street food to Ethiopian restaurants, African food is in London and it’s about to make its mark even bigger and better in November with a number of supper club events. Now this is the best time to try a new cuisine. This late autumn and in particular this month of November has many dates and types of food on offer across London, if you have never tried Eritrean or Senegalese read on.

November 2015 is Eat African Month in London. Here we highlight five supper clubs for you to attend with two more in December. Here you can mingle with friends, support African inspired businesses and taste authentic African foods you may have never eaten before.

Events This November Month

  • Ghanaian African Streetfood Party Friday 6th November at 5:00pm @Tottenham North London Host: Alicia Ama, Food type: Ghanaian food! chale-lets-eat.co.uk
  • Sierra Leonean And Liberian Supper Club Cham Cham @ HATCH Wednesday 11th November at 7.30pm @Hackney E9 East London, Host: Nims (Nimatu Owino), Food type: Sierra Leone and Liberian. The proceeds from some of the supper clubs are donated to an Ebola charity. nimsdin.com and Book Now
  • Cafeteria Asmarino by LemLem Kitchen Supper Club Sunday 15th November at Midday @Catford South London Host: Makda, Food type: Eritrean ASMARINO STYLE lemlemkitchen.co.uk and Book Now
  • Pop-Up Dinner: Taste of Senegal Wednesday 18th November @Stoke Newington Food type: Senegalese see www.meetup.com/mapdinnerclub
  • Jasons Little Kitchen The kitchen is back on Sunday 22nd November @Maida Hill West London Host: Jason Obeng, Food type: Ghanaian food! jasonslittlekitchen

Extra supper club dates. Want more check out The Groundnut events.

Why You Should Go?

Do you value African heritage, authenticity and personal interaction. Here is why you should attend, support with your money and then give feedback to Africa foodie events in November 2015?

Please read on and think about the following...

So our people not only have to be re-educated to the importance of supporting black business, but the black man himself has to be made aware of the importance of going into business. And once you and I go into business, we own and operate at least the businesses in our community. What we will be doing is developing a situation wherein we will actually be able to create employment for the people in the community. And once you can create some employment in the community where you live it will eliminate the necessity of you and me having to act ignorantly and disgracefully, boycotting and picketing some place else trying to beg him for a job.

Anytime you have to rely upon your enemy for a job you’re in bad shape.
Malcolm X

Read African Supper Clubs And Pop Up Events

Support Then Review African Events

We need to constantly, ‪aggressively market‬ support and promote African‬ food ‪businesses
We need to give feedback on how they can be improved, what you loved and what they can do better
We need to keep reviewing ‪African cooking,‬ food ‪businesses‬ ‪and popup restaurant‬s

...only then we will see change..

Your meal and supper club has just ended, so now is the perfect time to write your review. Reviews are an important part of the foodie community. Please take a moment to provide your host chef with some helpful feedback—it’ll only take a few minutes.

Give comment here and please share. Get your feedback online at facebook, twitter, yelp, google, pinterest, trip advisor, meetup and Amazon. See our events page for meetup groups you may like to attend. Join the African food meetup groups in London. Finally send us your events. Buy and promote Africa in the diaspora.

West Africa Cooks
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