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Heritage week brings food lovers traditional dishes at FNCC

Heritage week brings food lovers traditional dishes at FNCC

The FNCC will be displaying the Namibian and African gastronomy on 22 September from 16:00 to 21:00 as part of Heritage Week.

The Heritage Food Market will aim to promote Namibian traditional food, showcasing a wide array of the country’s diversity. Namibian as well as African traditional food samples will be on display for the general public, who will be able to learn more abut local culinary traditions.

Therefore visitors can expect stalls with Namibian traditional food such as mopane worms, pap, spinach, mahangu, dry meat, braai, organic smoothies, cupcakes, some West African specialties as well as some Namibian arts and crafts. Cultural; animations will lively up the evening with dance, a drumming circle and more.

Food is recognised around the world as a way of preserving culture and celebrating heritage, as well as having the power of bringing people together around a meal. Most social interactions around the world take place while sharing food.

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