All posts tagged: African Christmas food

Christmas, Weddings & Private Dining with African Vibrancy

Christmas is just around the corner, famously known as ‘the most wonderful time of the year!’ Let’s make it more wonderful with great food! PRIVATE FESTIVE DINING EXPERIENCE for £65pp  4 Courses including canapés and demonstration for your guests. (Minimum booking of 10 people) Send your requests and preferred dates to: bespoke@leratolovesfood.com   Every day is a special day of celebration for someone and no celebration is complete without sumptuous food. For passion on your plates at your special event, a romantic surprise, family gatherings, weddings and celebrations book our private dining experience. Our goal is to make you happy by delivering an experience with healthy, vibrant and delicious food for all diets including vegan and vegetarian feasts that will keep you not only nourished but delighted, inspired and utterly spoilt. A bespoke menu with the best seasonal produce will be curated to suit your needs. Matching wines from respected vineyards in South Africa to the new delightful wines of Morocco and beyond can be matched to your menu. Your experience can also include cookery …

Lerato’s recipe for sharing this Festive Season — Features — The Guardian

Some have food but cannot eat Some can eat but have no food We have food and we can eat Glory be to thee oh Lord Amen! I remember this poem from my childhood. We were taught it by nuns in Nursery and recited it every day before school lunch. This was quite a strong reminder that we were blessed to have food to eat, a solemn poem to teach us children of how blessed we are, and never to take the simplest things for granted. To this day, I recite this song and hope to do the same with my own children. The excitement of Christmas sometimes turns some of into excessive shoppers, eaters and drinkers, but why is this the case? Christmas is, after all, a celebration of the birth of Christ, during which Mary and Joseph certainly did not throw champagne breakfasts and marvellous feasts with jollof rice and salmon to celebrate the occasion. It is right for us to celebrate this joyous feast with family and friends, but remember, “some can …