Life in Homemade presents Nyam: An Afroculinary Experience
Life in Homemade in association with The Dylan Bar, and ByBlacks.com presents Nyam, An Afroculinary Pop-up Dinner.
Let's meet, greet and nyam in celebration of Black History Month!
Nyam means to eat something in West African Wolof and Jamaican Patois. Life in Homemade's Chef, Teneile Warren pays tribute to her Black food history with a melting pot of African, Jamaican and Canadian eats. Using traditional ingredients and recipes, each plate is a story told through food. Nyam is the first event in the Eat History Pop-up Series.
Each ticket provides the Dinner Guest with a three-course meal. Signature Nyam cocktails will be available at the bar. See menu below:
Prix Fixe Menu
Starter (Choose One)
Spiced Buttercup Squash Soup w/ Masa Bread
Curried kale & Squash | Jerk Oxtail | Tomato Chutney
African Winter Salad
Greens | Okra croutons | Roasted Black-eyed Peas
Main Course (Choose One)
(Cauliflower can be substituted to make dish vegetarian)
Pickerel and Yucca
Stone’s Gluten-reduced beer | Yucca Fries | Escoveitch Pickle
Jerk Chicken and Waffle
24hr brined & fried jerk chicken | Thyme Waffle | Pimento Mayo| Yucca Fries
Three Bean Curry
African Beans | Masa Bread | Lemon-garlic millet | Sunflower butter curry sauce
Coconut Caramel | Chocolate Dust
N.B. This is a gluten-free dining experience. Vegan options available.
Cancellation Policy: If you cannot attend you must inform us by February 13th to receive a 50% refund. Tickets are transferable.