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.
Munch Africa is an exciting new online platform which seeks to service our love of take-out food by offering home cooked African cuisine made with a very personal touch. The Munch Africa team are catering to homesick Africans first and second generation living in firstly American and now the United Kingdom - making meals from chefs and caterers of the motherlands Africa while also giving other foodies and diners a taste of Africa in the diaspora.
African-foodie time to go to supper clubs in London and review them. Here westafricacooks attended the Sierra Leonean And Liberian Supper Club Cham Cham @ HATCH Wednesday 11th November at 7.30pm @Hackney E9 East London,
The host for this event is Nims (Nimatu Owino). The food type is Sierra Leone and Liberian. The proceeds from some of the supper clubs was donated to an Ebola charity. nimsdin.com