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Igbo Kitchen Night: Learn to Make Egusi

Jun 21, 2024 at 6:30 PM

27703
Durham, NC 27703

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$25.00

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$15.00

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Wanna show off your cooking skills to your family? Are you trying to win over bae by flexing in the kitchen?

Come and learn from your Igbo aunties about how to make mouth watering Egusi soup! 


We'll be learning, cooking, and eating and watching movies afterwards to fellowship! #community


Prices $15 for members and $25 for general admission.
Prices will increase at the door.

Who: You and all your UIU friends
When: 630pm, June 21st
Where: Durham NC 27703 - address will be emailed to you upon RSVP

 

Parking will be limited. We recommend carpooling!

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Umu Igbo Unite is a nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting cultural awareness and supporting charitable works in Southeastern Nigeria. The North Carolina Chapter has cultural development events throughout the year including language, dance, and cooking classes to ensure that the next generation is able to retain the culture of their ancestors.

We will be learning how to make Egusi soup. Egusi is the name for the protein-rich seeds of melons that are native to Nigeria, which, after being dried is then ground to make the base of this hearty soup. Assortments of meat and vegetables are added to the soup and it is eaten with 'swallow,' a term that refers to either fufu, pounded yam, farina or any starch based stretchy dough that is eaten with the soup.

Join us and learn about making egusi soup. And fellowship with the community as well!

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