African Cooking Class: Poulet DG, A Cameroonian Popular Dish
Instructor: Nathalie G. Mvondo
Saturday, February 24, 2018, 11am-2pm
$15 for I-House members, $20 for non-members
Ages 12 - 99+
Join us for hands-on cooking class where participants will learn to make a variety of delicious dishes together, followed by a sit-down lunch where everyone can enjoy the fruits of their labor with new friends!
Poulet DG: A Cameroonian Popular Dish
As its name suggests, Poulet DG (literal translation: GM i.e. General Manager Chicken) is a dish from Cameroon that locals consider superior to other chicken meals because it's made for the boss ("Directeur General"). It has evolved from being served in fine restaurants to being included in special occasion meals at home, during festivities and for honored guests. It's a wholesome meal, as it contains a variety of vegetables and plantains, cooked in stew
with the chicken.
About the Instructor
Originally from France and Cameroon, Nathalie Mvondo is a local writer, blogger and founder, with a passion for cultural diversity and cooking. She writes about various topics on her blog, Multiculturalism Rocks!
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