Celebrate the Taste of BHM
The CCCU Food Court Canterbury and Equality, Diversity and Inclusion have teamed up to offer a series of menus celebrating Black History Month.
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All meals are available at the Canterbury Campus food court and will be served with collard greens and fried plantain.
04 October 2019 - Jerk Chicken with Rice and Peas, Slaw and Side Salad
Jerk chicken is a spice grilled-meat dish mostly associated with Jamaica but common throughout the Caribbean. Jerk is a style of cooking in which the main ingredient - often chicken (or beef, pork, goat, seafood or vegetables) is coated in spices and grilled.
11 October 2019 - Southern Style Mac & Cheese
Macaroni and Cheese is a soul food and it holds a hallowed status within many African-American kitchens and families.
18 October 2019 - Nigerian Jollof Rice
There are debates among Nigerians, Ghanaians and Senegalese as to who can rightfully lay claim to Jollof rice. However, the dish is a fragrant dish that is loved for its unique taste and spiciness.
25 October 2019 - Creole Seafood Court Bouillon topped with Spiced Hake
In Louisiana Creole and Cajun Court-Bouillon is a thick tomato-based seafood stew and is an autumn favourite! There a lots of different varieties of this dish, however, it is traditionally prepared with catfish.