This article is about the panel discussion, progress made in a year and next steps we should make to promote African Cuisine.
This is the biggest and best competition in the African and Caribbean domestic cooking scene. You have to enter. With the rise in African and Caribbean art, music and fashion we see a rise in African and Caribbean street food stalls, supperclubs and cooking recipes. To inspire a nation and the world, the capital London gets its second ever Jollof rice competition and much more. Here is what is happening we have a prize money pool of £6,000 which is for eight competitions. It will be equally shared. There will be at least 3 runner-up cash prizes per competition.
The Southbank Centre Food Market featured the following stalls in 2014 Zoe's Ghana Kitchen; Chale Let's Eat; Pepper and Stew; Ethiopian Coffee and Zigni Sauce and Spice (Eritrean). Now more African foodie entrepreneurs are entering the market. Included from Africa and the Caribbean we now have Ghanaian, Liberian, Nigerian, Sierra Leone, South African, Ethiopian and Jamaican foods.
Here are the African foodie brands at the African Street Food takeover 2016