This workshop is part of the Sowing Roots: Caribbean Garden Heritage exhibition and project.
Join Nika on the journey to her homeland, Jamaica via your kitchen and pot! In this 2 hour interactive online cookery class you will gain an insight into the history of this beautiful Caribbean island, including the influences around its culture and cuisine. We will be using popular traditional ingredients to create a delicious Friday night dinner which will make you want to dance to reggae music!
Over the 2 hour class you will cook your own meal for 2, plus there will be plenty of time for Q&A with Nika on Jamaican cuisine. This class is open to all levels of skills and interests.
Caribbean curried cabbage & butterbeans with coconut spiced bulgar
Side of avocado and ripe fried plantain
You will need to provide your own ingredients for the class, a list is available below. A zoom link to join the class along with recipes will be sent out to everyone who books, a few days before the class.
Spaces are limited and subsidized at £10 per person or £5 for concessions and Funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund.
Free places available for those based in Lambeth who need them. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to enquire about free places.
Nika’s Kitchen founder, Annika Clinkett is a chef and nutritional therapist specialising in plant based wholesome foods. With a wide range of experience in nutrition, horticulture and naturally healthier alternatives; Nika’s Kitchen has worked with a variety of organisations including schools, charities, community projects and councils, to provide a range of services, such as catering, food demonstrations, specialised programmes and workshops.