Monday August 22nd is World Jollof Rice Day. Mark the date down in your African diary – August 22nd, use the hashtag #worldjollofriceday; use the hashtag #jollofgate for outraged comments and jokes; use #jollofricematters for social commentary; use #jollofwars for competition between nations on social media. Cook, eat and share jollof all day.
A Quiet Food And Drinks Revolution
African foodie lovers now have a drink of taste to sample with their African meals Baobab Bouye and Hibiscus Wonjo which comes from independent producer of exotic, healthy bottled drinks Eliza Jones her company is Chosan.
All we can say is that this is good news for those of us who are hungry for all thing to do with African culture, food and drink. Here we spoke to Eliza about the Chosan entrepreneurial venture...
This is the biggest competition in the African domestic cooking scene. You have to enter. With the rise in African music in Afro-beats with the rise in African fashion in hot designs from our heritage we see a rise in African cooking. To inspire a nation and the world, the capital London gets its first ever Jollof rice competition.