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Our food, our business, our culture

What makes black food special? Well, everything. But it's a little more than just families coming tog
The Mojisola Report
Our food, our business, our culture
By The Afropole • Issue #23 • View online
What makes black food special? Well, everything. But it’s a little more than just families coming together and building bonds over great food. It’s also the significance of the stories that shape black food choices. In this issue, we get into a little history about soul food, food business and why the representation matters.

But before that…

The countdown is on! The Wax print fest is upon us, people!
There’s just a little over ONE more week to go until @waxprintfest, and we can’t WAIT to see you all there! Have you got your tickets yet??
It is a celebration of the diversity of African textiles through art, music, food, conversations, demonstrations and much more, hosted by @theafropole at @untamedempireduring the @yearofreturnofficial with @streamline360 and @aiaistudios.
A few words from our Founder - Amma Aboagye (CEO of Afropole), about the much anticipated Festival and why you should totally be there!
Now let's talk about some food, culture and representation
Up for trying some rice and beans with a twist! Telande shows us how!
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La Crosse chef will tell story of African-American culture with Juneteenth celebration at James Beard House
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Philly’s Black Restaurant Week returns in June
6 Most Profitable Business Ideas in Ghana 2019
6 Most Profitable Business Ideas in Ghana 2019 | #theYearOfReturn | Adede
6 Most Profitable Business Ideas in Ghana 2019 | #theYearOfReturn | Adede
2019 has been declared as the Year of the Return by the Ghanaian president, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo Addo and as expected, many afrodiasporans are thinking or actively making moves to visit or relocate to the motherland! Youtuber Adedé, shares some insightful information on where to put your money, should you make the move.
Chef Solomon Johnson
Chef Solomon Johnson
In the meantime, no matter what you're doing...
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