top of page

Project Name

We are committed to fostering connections and solving social issues within our community through education and promoting the African Culinary Heritage. Our comprehensive approach comprises four different programs designed to offer opportunities to the general public, particularly the African diaspora, to address the lack of representation and identity for African culinary heritage, learn sought-out culinary techniques, and change the narrative about African food.

Green African Cuisine Restaurant Flyer  (3)_edited.jpg

Fostering connection to african culinary heritage

This program is a combination of classes, after-school activities, internships, apprenticeships, seminars, and a food expo designed to instill knowledge and skills of the African culinary heritage amongst diverse community members ranging from youth to adults and seniors who are either aspiring or active culinary professionals or part of the non-professional population.

Immigrant Culinary Integration.png

immigrants culinary journey in america

At Eat N' Talk Africa, we understand that one of the essential things that immigrants and refugees seek in the US is the comfort of their traditional cuisines. This program looks at immigrants' and refugees' lives through culinary lenses and offers them solutions and resources that benefit their integration into American communities. 

Steps & Ladders_edited.jpg

steps & ladders

Lending a hand to the future generation is at the core of our mission. Change must happen, and opportunities must exist for future African diaspora chefs to learn and prosper. Step & Ladders is the perfect combination of internships, mentoring, and educational resources available to the students of our craft.

DSC00694 - Copy.JPG

Food is a universal channel that can unite people from diverse backgrounds. An equitable community values and celebrates the different cultures within it. We intend to leverage the similarities in our cuisines to create a bond that lasts for generations.

bridging the gap in our community

bottom of page