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BLACK FOODIE BATTLE Recap: Plantain Edition

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The BLACKFOODIE Battle: Plantain Edition was epic! In this social media driven food competition each contestant was tasked with creating a delicious creative meal using […]

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Injera & Chill: ATL edition

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Black Foodie brought the heat to Atlanta last weekend with our Injera & Chill pop up day party.  Thousands of Ethiopians and other East Africans […]

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Garnish: A Black Gourmand’s Paradise

Melanin, Elegance and flavour. Lots and lots of flavour! Those are the 3 words that best describe Black Foodie’s first edition of Garnish. We  filled […]

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Garnish: Toast the New Year with Black Foodie

When was the last time you did something for the first time? Try something new at Garnish, a New Year’s Eve private dining experience where […]

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Jollof Wars: Round 2

Every family has their secret recipe. And every nation swears theirs is the height of gastronomic delight. But when it comes to jollof rice, there […]

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Doubles vs. Patties Recap

Doubles vs Patties was the ultimate Caribbean Street Food Challenge! We decided it was time for Trini Doubles and Jamaican patties to go head to […]

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Doubles vs Patties: Who wins?

This past summer we set out to see which caribbean snack/ street food would reign supreme. There are so many to choose from but the […]

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Coconut love

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My fondness for coconut grew out of an old Sunday ritual. I’d stand back, pressed against the kitchen counter, as mom prepared to crack the […]

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INJERA AND CHILL IS BACK AND We’re Celebrating East African Millennials

This is a special week for me and not just because I was spotlighted in Globe and Mail 🙂 . Although being recognized on a […]

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Meet the Chefs- Jollof Wars Edition

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Jollof Wars is around the corner. Black Foodie and Supafrik joined forces to really explore this age old African rivalry. Who makes the best jollof? […]

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