I haven’t eaten much at Brixton Village; another corner of London being forced through the gentrification sieve but I think I’ll start going there more often on my quest to seek out good African and Caribbean eateries in London! An impromptu Friday night meet up led me to Etta’s Seafood Kitchen. I didn’t have time to look at any reviewsRead more
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Being one of five girls, my mum insisted I learn how to cook if I wanted a man to marry me! I’m Ghanaian, but grew up in East Africa, cooking Ethiopian, Ugandan and Kenyan food for my siblings. I’ve been cooking for my family forever! Says Adwoa Hagan-Mensah, founder of Eat Jollof London. When did you start cooking for others?Read more
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I do love a good cocktail and was pleasantly surprised when I attended a Black Ballard event in London a few days ago, where GÙZZÜ Drinks were serving. I started the night with a pina colada mocktail – Blu Routes. I usually consume cocktails with friends at bars during happy hour. After my first cocktail I was eager to find out whereRead more
Where to eat a Caribbean brunch? We found Three Little Birds in Brixton, South London. This Jamaican inspired independent restaurant and rum bar is small, with big character. Their pancakes, with rum sauce are amazing! This is a Caribbean restaurant in London to check out and let us know what you think, by taking the anonymous poll below and leaving any comments.Read more
Caribbean ginger cake has been a staple dessert in the UK for years. British Chef, Jamie Oliver’s YouTube channel shows a quick recipe, but is it a real traditional Jamaican ginger cake recipe? Ad+s Diaspora: @adsdiaspora Snippets of an African legacy; from a colourful perspective Twitter: @PotAndPlatter – for more African-Caribbean inspired food.Read more