Nigerian Cuisine – Cooking and Cultural Class
October 28 @ 6:00 pm - 8:30 pm$45 – $50
“Travel” to Nigeria, a Federal Republic in West Africa
Continuing our international theme, the Hackett House welcomes Adetoun Oluwole to the patio. Adetoun is Nigerian born and raised in the city of Lagos. She is the chef and CEO of Double T Catering & Events LLC. With her passion for creating good tasting food and the happiness she has sharing and discussing food, ingredients, spices, and produce, it is a pleasure to have her cook for Hackett House guests. Adetoun has unique experiences in traveling outside the United States and visiting local markets where she engages with local traders of spices and samples freshly made local dishes. Adetoun, her husband, Temitope, and their children all work to make and create their catering business. Adetoun has catered and planned events in such places as New York, Connecticut, Atlanta and London
Interesting facts about Nigerian cuisine:
*Made up of dishes and food items from different ethnic groups all over Nigeria and Africa
*While West African cuisine has dishes in common, the method in which they are prepared is different, particularly with the spices rich in nutrients and flavors
*One of the famous dishes is Jollof Rice – a dish filled with the flavor of many spices. It is a staple and is accompanied with various meats, fried plantains, vegetable salad and more.
JOIN US FOR AN EVENING OF TASTY DISHES!
We also offer a Bavarian Dinner in partnership with Four Peaks Brewing Company.