Dining with the Ancestors: From Caribbean Slavery to Creole Cuisine

Friday 6th October

Celebratory cooking event that charts the evolution of slave cuisine to Creole cuisines.


Dining with the Ancestors: A Culinary trip from Caribbean Slavery to Creole Cuisine

Academic and food historian Dr Peggy Brunache leads a celebratory cooking event that charts the evolution of slave cuisine to Creole cuisines and discusses what can be learned about the lives of enslaved people in the Caribbean as joy, pride, resilience, and resistance through the food they cooked and still enjoyed by their descendants today. Audiences will also have an opportunity to taste the food created at the event.

All food prepared will be vegetarian.

Please email amy@crer.org.uk if you have any allergies.

This event is part of the programming for Black History Month 2023, to find out about BHM and other upcoming events go here: https://www.blackhistorymonthscotland.org/

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