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Black Farmers Market & Grass Grazed Farm presents
Join us for an evening of music, conversations with farmers Derrick and Paige Jackson, and a four course meal prepared over an open flame by Chefs Samantha and Adé of The Kayayo Collective right on the farm.
“We believe in being good stewards of our land while providing our customers (and ourselves) with healthy, wholesome, delicious meat.”
– The Jacksons
Grass Grazed is a 60-acre family farm based in Northern Durham run by Paige and Derrick Jackson. They raise pastured livestock based on principles of sustainable agriculture on their farm and on additional leased acreage nearby.
The Kayayo Collective is a conglomerate of African female culinary professionals seeking to bridge cultural gaps by providing authentic African dining experiences and sharing the land’s rich culture, customs and traditions. Founders, Adé (bottom) and Samantha (top), created the collective based on the value of empowering women and using the platform to share untold stories of women across the continent.
“After vowing to never try African food, this was my first time having African food and my mentality is definitely changing. The Kayayo Collective made African food safe for me. I am so glad and so grateful because I feel like I’m growing in that area. “
** Vegan options are available for every course except dessert
Smoked Rosemary Hibiscus
Creamy chargrilled sweet corn and coconut soup inspired by street food from the Gold Coast. Garnished with grilled coconut and locally sourced bacon.
* Bacon can be removed for vegetarians and vegans
Roasted beet salad made with golden and purple beets drizzled with a mango habanero vinaigrette. Topped with pan seared halloumi, similar to Wagashi, a traditional Fulani cheese found in northern Benin. Served with toasted egusi (melon) seeds.
Poulet Braisé is a roasted chicken made using an open fire diasporic cooking technique. Finished with a persimmon-ginger glaze. Served with jollof fonio, an ancient West African grain.
Vegan option: Grilled eggplant finished with a persimmon-ginger glaze. Served with jollof fonio, an ancient West African grain.
A traditional sweet potato pie, made with locally-sourced white sweet potatoes and Kenyan chai spices. Topped with a buttermilk whipped cream made with South African Amarula.
Grass Grazed Farm
9923 N. Roxboro Rd
Bahama, NC 27503
October 3, 2020
To ensure participant and staff safety, we will practice CDC recommended safety protocols including social distancing and wearing masks when not eating.
Tables are available to seat up to 3 or 6 people. Dinner will be served outside family style (only sharing with people who are seated at your table that you came with).
Please let us know of any dietary restrictions when you complete the registration form.
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