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Saturday, January 16, 2010

Sunday, Noon until 1:30 PM African Dinner!


Sunday, Noon until 1:30 PM African Dinner!
The Youth of Coudersport's Park United Methodist Church are hosting a fund raiser with ethnic cuisines from Africa Sunday January 17th. These tempting dishes will give you authentic tastes from far-away lands including chicken, beef-on-a-stick, whole grain couscous, rice, lentils, African Peanut soup, Moroccan flat bread, and pumpkin pudding.

Come join the Youth at the Christian Education building behind Park Church - but hurry! Food only available until it runs out, and with a meal this awesome, that won't be long! Free-will offering.

Photo of the young chefs by Tom Lamb

10 comments :

Anonymous said...

Just wish there was some diversity in Coudersport and PoCo.....

Nice job on the African Dinner, but what does anyone there REALLY understand about Africa or the food there????

Anonymous said...

Why do some people ALWAYS have to insert a negative comment about everything ? (Poster 1:43 AM). I think that it is refreshing to see teenagers engaged in such a positive activity-for a good cause. Why would it even be necessary to critique the authenticity of the cuisine ? It is the thought that matters !

Anonymous said...

Poster 1:43 AM: Well either figure out a way to bring more diversity to our community or I guess that you could always move.........

JoeBob the Redneck said...

They forgot about the grubs and centipedes.....prime african dishes.

Anonymous said...

How many Africans live in Potter County?

Anonymous said...

Is there some kind of an intellectual fence around Potter county or what?

Can someone explain?

Anonymous said...

What a shame for these kids that are involved to get such needless, crude posts by bloggers. Of all the negative activity they could become tangled in, even when they do a positive thing for this community people criticize and discourage them.

Keep up the good work kids, thanks for your time and effort! Sounds Yummy!!!

Anonymous said...

God Bless these young folks. Good job guys!

Anonymous said...

These youth did a great job and it was delicious. How wonderful to see teenagers engaged in something positive like this and active in their church. It says something about their parent's as well that they expose their young people to a spiritual side of life and the social and community aspect's of church. Now I have to ask who was the clever person who labeled the one soup as Africa/Swahili Dildine Peanut Soup? Tom, do you know anything about that? Ha ha. Great job by all involved.

Anonymous said...

The youth did a great job as well as research for the menu.They have adopted an African orphan to help support, hence the reason for the dinner. As for the soup name, peanuts are indigeonous to South America, but were introduced to Africa and North America by the Europeans in the 1500's. The chicken and sweet potatoes in the soup are also things commonly found in African dishes.