Kodede means Go Eat in Twi (Ghanaian Language). This festival showcases food from around the world in one place for people to taste. It's accompanied by music, arts, entertainment and an awards ceremony.
Our Authentic Experiences are conducted at Restaurants to showcase National cuisine of the restaurant. Restaurant owners or staff become event host and presents the food and culture to the guests. This event is accompanied by music, arts and entertainment.
These awards are presented to hosts who have represented their National brands in the best possible light. Nominations are submitted by Guests and winners are announced at the awards night. The host awards are accompanied by live music and entertaining performances.
This event promoted the multi-national community at Toronto's Regent Park. It featured food from over 10 countries. People came from all over Toronto to experience new culture, discover new food, entertainment and connect with other people with similar interest. Our vendors continue to conduct their businesses on our technological platform, kodede.com
Take a culinary journey with us to Southeast Asia, to experience the exciting world of Filipino cuisine. Sit back and learn about Filipino culture as the tour unravels from the owners and operators of Boodle Fight, an authentic Filipino eatery. On the menu is their popular authentic Kamayan Feast comprising Garlic Rice, Grilled Milkfish,Grilled Tilapia, Grilled Squid, Mussels, Shrimp, BBQ Chicken or Pork,Pork Belly, Vegetables and Fruit Salad. This's traditionally served on large plantain leaves and the feast is eaten entirely by hand. As per our custom, we provide cards with the geography of the food, its origin and stories about the culture of the people of the Philippines. We play trivia games, give away fun prizes. Come out to this event and try new food, meet new people, make new friends, learn about this authentic restaurants. We have limited seats. Buy all your tickets today so you can secure your seats to Tasttlig's exclusive Filipino dinner experience downtown Toronto.
On the menu of this popular authentic Filipino Kamayan Feast comprises Garlic Rice, Grilled Milkfish,Grilled Tilapia, Grilled Squid, Mussels, Shrimp, BBQ Chicken or Pork,Pork Belly, Vegetables and Fruit Salad. This's traditionally served on large plantain leaves and the feast is eaten entirely by hand.
Authentic Jollof rice is prepared from a tomato base sauce made up of blended tomatoes, onions, sweet bell peppers and chilli peppers usually scotch bonnet peppers, seasoned with Maggi cubes.
Originally from Lesotho, Oxtail Stew is full of succulent pieces of oxtail slow-cooked in an aromatic sauce. It is traditionally served on a bed of rice. At its best, it's marinated in red wine and slowly cooked.
Kushary is an Egyptian’s claim to fame. It is a delicious comfort food, most popular street food in Egypt, and a supremely delicious combination of easy to find grains, onion, garlic, and a savory-tangy tomato sauce!
Kelewele is a popular Ghanaian Street Food. It comprises of diced ripe plantain lightly spiced & deep fried, traditionally served with roasted peanuts for chewing contrast. The plantains are peeled and may be cut into chunks or cubes. Ginger, cayenne pepper, and salt are the typical spices used to make kelewele.
This is a classic African snack. It is Puff Puff in Nigeria and Sierra Leone, Bofrot in Ghana, Mikate in Congo, Beinye in Cameroon, or Kala in Liberia. It is made from flour, sugar and yeast to form a dough, deep fried with drizzled caramel or chocolate and served with Ice cream.
Kachumbari is an East African vegetable dish. It comprises of tomatoes, onions, celery, lemon or lime juice, and chili pepper to make a salsa-like mixture. It is traditionally served with Nyama Choma and Ugali, They are roasted grilled goat meat and maize made into a thick porridge respectively.
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