This section is where the culinary cultural essence of the blog is curated and served, hence ‘Pot and Platter’. Snippets of African and Caribbean food style.
African and Caribbean food is diverse.
More than just hot, spicy chicken!
In this section of the blog, we want to showcase the diversity of African and Caribbean food, and the entrepreneurs who are presenting these unique cuisines to the world. We’ll also try to figure out why African and Caribbean food hasn’t enjoyed the success in the West, like their Asian counterparts.
The ‘Pot & Platter’ tab (under the food tab) showcases a curation of who’s cooking in the African and Caribbean food scene. Cooked up in our food blog POT and served on a PLATTER, just for you!
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