Posted: April 2019
Last Saturday's Ghanaian Night raised a total of £1,011.70 to be split equally between the Alfan Foundation ) and Karibuni Children ).
Albert Odro, organiser of the evening's entertainment and meal said, "It was a brilliant evening. We had colour and atmosphere and I am happy with that. People were happy with the food and the sale of merchandise and the raffle all went well. With the food, we made sure that it was not spicy, as some people don't like that, but spicy side dishes were available if people wanted to try them."
For the foodies among you, the menu was:
Waakye — rice cooked with black-eyed bean)
Jollof rice served with a special tomato sauce
Plantain cake (Plantain fruit baked in a tomato sauce)
Fried plantain with grilled chicken
Kenkey (boiled condo)
Fried fish (red bream)
Vegetable curry with plain rice
Salads, coleslaw and cooked green leaves
Cakes — Madeira, carrot, chocolate and coffee cake plus fruit.
So thank you to all our Ghanaian family for a wonderful evening of fun, food and fellowship.
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