The Woodfield Project

Live Global Cook Along Series: Black History Month

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Join us in celebrating @Blackhistorymonth with two episodes of our 'Global cook-along series' as a part of @wandsworthartfringe. Tune in live to watch two inspiring women come together with two stories to tell.   For our 1st episode Chef Freda from @myburntorange will be cooking up a Ghanian storm straight from Nigeria and joined live by @Mecca.ibrahim from @women_in_food_industry as they chat about their backgrounds, journey and most memorable food moments.  Mex will uncover Freda's inspiring journey through exploring her work and how she came to co-author the book, the Science of Spice and how she champions African food. Her story is packed with motivational advice for young and aspiring cooks.  Mex was formerly Head of marketing and social media @gbchefs and is now co-founder of @womeninthefoodindustry - an initiative that shines a spotlight on inspiring women in the industry. Freda is an official African cuisine expert writer with contributions at thespruceeats.com and a well-known face on the African Economist and her recipes are regularly featured on Guardian Africa network.   With a wealth of industry experience and accolades between them across two different continents, it is undoubtedly a most awaited episode.  Watch this space for more updates on ingredients to prep and tune in live on 23rd October from 6pm - 7pm live on Instagram. Make sure to like and follow @woodfieldpavilion.

Join us in celebrating Black History Month with two live episodes of our 'Global cook-along series' as a part of Wandsworth Arts Fringe. Tune in live on Instagram @woodfieldpavilion to watch two inspiring women come together with two stories to tell.

For our first episode Chef Freda from @myburntorange will be cooking up a Ghanian storm straight from Nigeria called 'redred and roasted plantains' and will be joined live by @mecca.ibrahim from @women_in_food_industry as they chat about their backgrounds, journeys, and most memorable food moments.

Mex (former Head of Marketing and Social Media @gbchefs and co-founder of @womeninthefoodindustry) will uncover Freda's inspiring journey through exploring her work and how she came to co-author the book, the Science of Spice and how she champions African food. Her story is packed with motivational advice for young and aspiring cooks.

Freda is an official African cuisine expert writer with contributions at thespruceeats.com and a well-known face on the African Economist. Her recipes are regularly featured on Guardian Africa network.

Make sure to follow @woodfieldpavilion on Instagram and tune in live on 23 October, 6pm–7pm.

Event Dates

20 October, 12.00pm ongoing
Global Cook-Along Series - Black History Month - Freda x Mex. Find @woodfieldpavilion on Instagram

23 October, 6.00pm — 7.00pm ongoing
Global Cook-Along Series - Black History Month - Freda x Mex. Find @woodfieldpavilion on Instagram

30 October, 6.00pm — 7.00pm ongoing
Global Cook-Along Series - Black History Month - Elainea x Mex @woodfieldpavilion on Instagram

30 October, 12.00pm ongoing
Global Cook-Along Series - Black History Month - Elainea x Mex @woodfieldpavilion on Instagram

Join us in celebrating @Blackhistorymonth with two episodes of our 'Global cook-along series' as a part of @wandsworthartfringe. Tune in live to watch two inspiring women come together with two stories to tell.   For our 1st episode Chef Freda from @myburntorange will be cooking up a Ghanian storm straight from Nigeria and joined live by @Mecca.ibrahim from @women_in_food_industry as they chat about their backgrounds, journey and most memorable food moments.  Mex will uncover Freda's inspiring journey through exploring her work and how she came to co-author the book, the Science of Spice and how she champions African food. Her story is packed with motivational advice for young and aspiring cooks.  Mex was formerly Head of marketing and social media @gbchefs and is now co-founder of @womeninthefoodindustry - an initiative that shines a spotlight on inspiring women in the industry. Freda is an official African cuisine expert writer with contributions at thespruceeats.com and a well-known face on the African Economist and her recipes are regularly featured on Guardian Africa network.   With a wealth of industry experience and accolades between them across two different continents, it is undoubtedly a most awaited episode.  Watch this space for more updates on ingredients to prep and tune in live on 23rd October from 6pm - 7pm live on Instagram. Make sure to like and follow @woodfieldpavilion.
Join us in celebrating @Blackhistorymonth with two episodes of our 'Global cook-along series' as a part of @wandsworthartfringe. Tune in live to watch two inspiring women come together with two stories to tell.   For our 1st episode Chef Freda from @myburntorange will be cooking up a Ghanian storm straight from Nigeria and joined live by @Mecca.ibrahim from @women_in_food_industry as they chat about their backgrounds, journey and most memorable food moments.  Mex will uncover Freda's inspiring journey through exploring her work and how she came to co-author the book, the Science of Spice and how she champions African food. Her story is packed with motivational advice for young and aspiring cooks.  Mex was formerly Head of marketing and social media @gbchefs and is now co-founder of @womeninthefoodindustry - an initiative that shines a spotlight on inspiring women in the industry. Freda is an official African cuisine expert writer with contributions at thespruceeats.com and a well-known face on the African Economist and her recipes are regularly featured on Guardian Africa network.   With a wealth of industry experience and accolades between them across two different continents, it is undoubtedly a most awaited episode.  Watch this space for more updates on ingredients to prep and tune in live on 23rd October from 6pm - 7pm live on Instagram. Make sure to like and follow @woodfieldpavilion.
Join us in celebrating @Blackhistorymonth with two episodes of our 'Global cook-along series' as a part of @wandsworthartfringe. Tune in live to watch two inspiring women come together with two stories to tell.   For our 1st episode Chef Freda from @myburntorange will be cooking up a Ghanian storm straight from Nigeria and joined live by @Mecca.ibrahim from @women_in_food_industry as they chat about their backgrounds, journey and most memorable food moments.  Mex will uncover Freda's inspiring journey through exploring her work and how she came to co-author the book, the Science of Spice and how she champions African food. Her story is packed with motivational advice for young and aspiring cooks.  Mex was formerly Head of marketing and social media @gbchefs and is now co-founder of @womeninthefoodindustry - an initiative that shines a spotlight on inspiring women in the industry. Freda is an official African cuisine expert writer with contributions at thespruceeats.com and a well-known face on the African Economist and her recipes are regularly featured on Guardian Africa network.   With a wealth of industry experience and accolades between them across two different continents, it is undoubtedly a most awaited episode.  Watch this space for more updates on ingredients to prep and tune in live on 23rd October from 6pm - 7pm live on Instagram. Make sure to like and follow @woodfieldpavilion.
Join us in celebrating @Blackhistorymonth with two episodes of our 'Global cook-along series' as a part of @wandsworthartfringe. Tune in live to watch two inspiring women come together with two stories to tell.   For our 1st episode Chef Freda from @myburntorange will be cooking up a Ghanian storm straight from Nigeria and joined live by @Mecca.ibrahim from @women_in_food_industry as they chat about their backgrounds, journey and most memorable food moments.  Mex will uncover Freda's inspiring journey through exploring her work and how she came to co-author the book, the Science of Spice and how she champions African food. Her story is packed with motivational advice for young and aspiring cooks.  Mex was formerly Head of marketing and social media @gbchefs and is now co-founder of @womeninthefoodindustry - an initiative that shines a spotlight on inspiring women in the industry. Freda is an official African cuisine expert writer with contributions at thespruceeats.com and a well-known face on the African Economist and her recipes are regularly featured on Guardian Africa network.   With a wealth of industry experience and accolades between them across two different continents, it is undoubtedly a most awaited episode.  Watch this space for more updates on ingredients to prep and tune in live on 23rd October from 6pm - 7pm live on Instagram. Make sure to like and follow @woodfieldpavilion.
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