Where is rum and sugar from? What are there connections to Africa? This article is about rum, sugar and human property; a tapestry of trade woven into the histories of the Caribbean, Britain, America and Africa. In addition to finding out where rum comes from the reader will find out about how European wealth on a massive scale was generated from the work of enslaved Africans in the Caribbean for generations which has created an imbalance in power right up to today based on the business of international trade.
New York African Restaurant Week starts on Sunday October 1st and runs until Sunday October 22nd. Visit a participating restaurant, in Manhattan, Brooklyn, Harlem, Bronx and take advantage of the deals they are offering. Celebrate the best of African cuisine and culture in New York, America. Produced by Panla and A Taste of Africa USA, two leading culinary events companies reinventing the way African food is consumed and discovered, the New York African Restaurant Week features lunch and dinner options.
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.