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World food event gives people a taste of different cultures
2:30pm Monday 25th February 2013 in News
FROM sushi to chicken jalfrezi, dishes from across the world were celebrated at World Food Night at Avenue St Andrews Church in Southampton The event, run by the Refugee Action charity, celebrated the positive contribution that migrant communities have made to culinary traditions in the UK.
There were more than 200 people from different communities across Southampton who shared dishes from all over the world.
There was also singing from the Nightingales singing group and dancing from Poppin’ Ron who appeared on the TV show Got to Dance.
Refugee Action area manager Mike Brown said: “The idea of this is sharing culture through food. It is a way that people can come together. It was amazing how many different dishes there were.”