Asylum-Seeker-led Nigerian Cookery Class| Family Style [Migrateful]
More Details: https://www.migrateful.org/event/nigerian-cookery-class-with-atem-family-style-bristol-8/
Migrateful is an award-winning charity & social enterprise supporting asylum seekers, refugees & migrants in their journey to integration & independence through preparing them to lead cookery classes in their native cuisine. As well as London, Brighton & Kent, Migrateful runs classes in Bristol led by seven different chefs and hosted at Cooking It, Coexist Kitchen and St Werburghs. Cuisines include Sri Lankan, Ghanaian, Sudanese and Nigerian. Bristol classes are £35 each and can also be booked with cookery class gift vouchers – the perfect gift for a loved one this holiday season. Visit bit.ly/MigratefulBRS for more info on classes and bit.ly/MigratefulVouchers for more info on vouchers.
Nigerian Cookery Class with Atem
Date: 21 Feb
Time: 6:15 pm – 8:45 pm
Location: St Werburghs Community Centre, BS2 9TJ
Tickets: £ 35.00 + booking fee
Link: 21st Feb Atem’s Nigerian Cookery Class
*This menu contains: caters to both vegetarians and those who eat meat (chicken).
Sample menu includes: Jollof rice, Vegetarian Jollof Rice, Yamarita (Deep Fried Yam), Yamarita Sauce, Coconut plantain stew, Atem’s Mushrooms.
Allergens include: gluten, milk, eggs, soy, celery.
A message from our Chef Atem:
“Hello! I am Atem, I am from Crossriver, a state in Nigeria. I learned how to cook from my mum because my dad usually placed emphasis on the girl child in the family knowing how to cook. My favourite spices are chili and seasoning cubes. I never really liked cooking that much until I found out a little secret: food is the spice of life. A mixture of varieties, blends, textures, tastes of seasonings and flavours to give you a pleasant dish. I love traveling, learning something new, and I see it as an opportunity to try lots of new meals and flavours from new places.”