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Getting To Know Tokunbo

Submitted by Tokunbo on Thu, 2016-02-04 22:08
Tokunbo Koiki

How did it all start?
It started the night after I waited two hours for jerk chicken that was meant to be ready in “another fifteen minutes” at a garden party at the end of last year summer and in so doing missed the act I went there to see, Femi Kuti!
On getting home I went online and took steps that led to the implementation of an idea that I had been thinking about for over a year. This was the genesis of Tee’s Food Corner with the vision of “bringing Nigerian food to a global audience”.

African Supper Clubs And Pop Up Events

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Mon, 2015-11-23 16:56
Supper Club Groundnut 2015

‎African food events, feasts, festivals, carnivals and celebrations; popup‬s ‪supper‬ clubs and ‪lunch clubs; Nigerian, Ghanaian, Senegalese, Sierra Leone/Liberian and Eritrean. I have attended many events in the year 2015. I attended five African pop-ups in November month so I am getting an idea of what is what. The question is what did I learn during my ‪event visits? Well here is my feedback.

Maximise The Success Of Your Supperclub

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Wed, 2015-09-30 00:05
African Supper Club People

Along the way there will be many people who wish to start up an African or Caribbean supperclub with a long term vision of creating a restaurant business. Here is a Question and Answer from an inspiring entrepreneur let's called her Terry with such an vision, although the vision has yet to be realised. Turning ideas into businesses is hard work requiring detailed planning and, because we’re not turning good plans into action, there’s no one to pave the way for the next generation behind us.

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