Jollof Wars: Round 2

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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 are no runner-ups; just winners and wannabes.

On September 24th, BLACK FOODIE and SUPAFRIK bring you JOLLOF WARS, a tale of spices and secrets, featuring good times and good food.

Grab your Tickets HERE.

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We’re bringing the best West African caterers, restaurants, food bloggers, and home cooks together for a culinary showdown where national pride and the title of Best Jollof in Toronto are on the line. Who will be crowned #1? Ghana? Nigeria? Gambia? Senegal?

What you get:
-several samples of jollof rice and meat/vegetable side dishes
-a vote in the Best Overall Jollof category
-exclusive access to a BUMPIN’ day party produced by SUPAFRIK (creators of #WeAreGumbo), fresh off their sold out AfroPunk event in Brooklynjollof4

BRING YOUR APPETITE, YOUR PRIDE, AND YOUR FLAG BECAUSE THE BATTLE GOES DOWN SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH. This event WILL sell out, get your tickets before it’s too late.

It’s the cream of the crop at a BLACK FOODIE x SUPAFRIK mash-up, you goin’ or what?

***19+ Event ***

 

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