A great ten days in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, East Africa to start the new decade 2020. This is the country where coffee comes from. Specifically the wonders of the wild Ethiopian mountains. The very popular drink drunk everyday on mas is made by beans and the coffee plant is grown and originated from this part of the world. It is the area where you will find the most diverse coffee plant varieties. The word ‘coffee’ derives from ‘Kafa’, a region in south west Ethiopia.
When you think of coffee what comes to mind? Espresso culture in a southern European country, a high street coffee chain or a traded† commodity. What about a female run coffee company that’s empowering African female farmers one bean a time. Farmers to Queens.
Rhythm, rum and rain at London's Notting Hill Carnival Mon Monday as thousands of people enjoy the second day of Notting Hill Carnival in west London.
Caribbean Food on the Streets
It may have been raining, but this did not deter thousands of people from attending the Notting Hill Carnival on bank holiday Monday. Jerk chicken is expected to be the best seller.
Thousands of people enjoy first day of Notting Hill Carnival in west London the family day. Main carnival parade Westbourne Park and Chepstow Road
Live music on the Streets
Following the parade of stunning dancers, musicians and brightly-colourled floats at Carnival, here are the video and pictures of children's day which featured Caribbean culture, food, music and dance
Chocolate Nation Mas float was followed by hundreds of people throwing liquid chocolate over themselves and the public as they danced through the streets.
Pepper and Stew Ltd is delighted to announce that its gourmet range of African inspired products are now available to purchase at Harrods, one of the world’s most famous luxury department stores.
The London-based company hopes to spice up Harrods Food Hall with its authentic and versatile premium cooking sauces and spice kits which will allow shoppers to recreate African traditional dishes in their homes.