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Trying Ethnic Food, African And Caribbean Cuisine

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Fri, 2014-05-02 23:41
Fried Plantain Maima's

Trying A New Cuisine

So you are an adventurous eater you have eaten Chinese, Indian and Thai before and you love the flavours of the east. Now you are wondering whether you will like African and Caribbean food during New York African Restaurant Week.

Will I Like It,What Are The Ingredients In These Dishes?

We know that you care about the quality of your food, the ingredients and how spicy hot it will be and so do we and we understand that you would like to find out more before you try a full meal.

An African Valentine's Day, Book A Meal In An African Restaurant

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Thu, 2014-02-06 16:11
Ponty Bistro restaurant New York city

Just a quick reminder that the big Valentine's day and night is Friday 14th February 2014 and you need to make sure your date is in an African restaurant. If you've not already done so, please book your place today before it goes on to a waiting list. Umm.. No April fools joke, but I wonder how many African restaurants will really be booked out. Valentine's Day remains one of the most anticipated if occasionally anxiety inducing holidays of the year. Will going on a first date African style be a recipe for love?

West Africa Cooks on Facebook

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Mon, 2013-11-04 22:58
Let’s Nyam Words & Food sign

Visit our West Africa Cooks Facebook page. Here you will find images of the recent event Let’s Nyam Words & Food which took place on November 1st 2013 in Brixton, London, United Kingdom.

African and Caribbean food

There was food from Sierra Leone (Moyi Moyi and Rice Akara), Uganda, Ghana (Red Red), Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, Eritrea, Jamaica, Nigeria (Jollof Rice), Barbados and Somalia. Nadia Maddy represented the Sierra Leone people in the house.

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