How to cook with me & make the most of being a member of our community.
I love Scottish food, and I love African food too.
You know, I have travelled the world, and food is the best way to share cultures: whether sitting cross legged by a Japanese table on a small cushion, eating under the stars at an Australian BBQ, feasting on seafood in the Caribbean, having a curry at a music festival, or tucked into an Afro-cuisine restaurant in Brixton.
Please subscribe to my free substack, and I'll aim to bring you some wild and foraged delicacies from Scotland: I only post a few times a year, so it won't bother you and you might learn something about foraging wild food, from gathering mussels, mushrooms, and wild garlic, to berries and herbs.
If meat is your thing, I also forage roadkill venison, hare and pheasant - I never leave good food to go to waste, and that shows respect for the animal, as well as supplying my household with lots of free , healthy and low fat organic protein.
Lerato, you need no reintroduction! Your food and your personality are inspirational.
It's been incredible to follow your journey since virtually meeting during the pandemic, Lerato, and I'm hoping to meet so many more to learn and share our passion for food, online, in person in the UK or even further afield in Africa!
p.s. the prawn and plantain cakes from AFRICANA is glorious