Pop Brixton is an incredibly cool collective in the diverse Brixton neighborhood in south London — constructed primarily of shipping containers, it houses numerous start-up projects in the food, retail, and design industries. One of those businesses is Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, which specializes in the food of that West African nation.
In this episode of Dining on a Dime: London, host Lucas Peterson pays a visit to Pop Brixton and to Zoe Adjonyoh, born to a Ghanaian father and Irish mother. She began Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen as a casual pop-up and is now a fixture at Pop Brixton — she also recently released a cookbook of the same name. Watch as Peterson chats with Adjonyoh about her history and passion for West African flavors, including popular dishes like jollof rice, suya beef kebabs, and red-red.
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