Introducing the world to African cooking Lerato Umah-Shaylor publication with HQ Africana is packed with traditional and innovative African recipes. Lerato a cook, a presenter, a food writer is a leading advocate a star of African cuisine. Her vision has always been to promote a healthy-eating life based on African food and as an entrepreneur she has hosted many supper clubs and cooking classes. Inspired from her time in the kitchen with her parents, traditional cooking is the basis of her ideas and passion into foods of her life.
African and Caribbean people in the diaspora looking to start a business or enter the food (popups, supperclubs and restaurant) sector should especially read about Omolara Tayo-Sobajo a British-Nigerian Entrepreneur. You should then share her story and follower her. We need more strong female characters in business that can become icons to the young Africans on the continent of Africa and children of Africa descent around the world. We need to give the next generation, the growing population of the future positive ideas, people and leaders to aspire to. Please read on.
African food is no longer just about cooking jollof rice, we are now in the midst of serious entrepreneurs expanding culinary ideas and turning African food into a serious business. The global African food movement is everywhere, today we touch down in the Netherlands and invite you to meet Ebere Akadiri founder of Atarofoods.com. Ataro foods provide training and advisory on West African foods, consulting in restaurant development, and help develop a food processing supply chain for organisations interested in market developments in West Africa.