A fun filled social event with a choice of Ghanaian food as well as music, decorations, display stalls and video/picture shows on the work of Ashanti Development. Bring your own alcoholic beverages. This is a second Taste of Ghana or the second annual raising event fund. Take this opportunity and chance to try Ghanaian cooking from an expert cooking team.
Every month at Old Spitalfields in London arranged by Open The Gate there are small business selling African inspired products. On Saturday’s there are regular Old Spitalfields traders offering a range of fashion, accessories and arts & crafts and then there are themed markets. Here we meet Aunt Gee's stall and try their range of ‘Shitto’ at The African Market.
What is Shito?
Shito is a Ghanaian sauce (fish and chilli oil slow cooked for hours) which can be eaten with rice, yam, gari and more. You can also use it as a spread. Shito, is the word for pepper in the Ghanaian native language.