#blfoodseason | Black British Food Stories: Origins, Journeys and Junctions to be discussed at “The British Library: The Food Season” autumn event.

The anticipated autumnal British Library Food Season event is centred around talking and cooking mouth-watering meals as food experts discuss on Black British Food Stories: Origins, Journeys and Junctionsing.

Hosts for this year “The British Library: The Food Season” features: Zoe Adjonyoh of Ghana Kitchen, Tokunbo Koiki founder of London Africa Food Week, Riaz Phillips author of Belly Full and Com,
and Melissa Thompson (food writer and BBC Good Food columnist) they will be championing the “discussion about Black food and the politics, potential and problems it faces in Britain.”

With a host of other food industry experts:

@jimfamished Tim Anderson, Claudia Roden, Hugh Fearnley Whittingstall, Simon Schama @dan.saladino Tim Lang @osunschild @kitchenbee @stephenarmstronguk @squarefoodfoundation @muslimwomenscouncil @migratefuluk @timhayward Carolyn Steel, Kath Dalmeny, @jack_monroe @foodandpsych @cheftomkerridge @thesheiladillon @gita_mistry_food @chefkenhom @fuchsiadunlop @tokunbo.koiki @boroughmarket @jlinford Patrick Holden and Tasha Mhakayakora @biteback2030

Event details:

Wednesday 14th October – 7.30 – 8.30pm
To register for FREE
For more info visit: @britishlibrary


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