October 23, 2017, 6 pm-8:30 pm
- University of Minnesota, Coffman Memorial Union, 300 Washington Ave. SE, Minneapolis
Great Hall (Room G-26)
Share a traditional Nigerian meal with us on Monday, Oct. 23, at the co-op's Annual Owner Meeting, in the Great Hall (Room G-26) located on the ground floor of the University of Minnesota’s Coffman Union (300 Washington Ave. SE). There will be live jazz music and a performance by Appetite for Change, followed by an open dialogue on the real cost of food led by Diversity and Community Engagement Manager LaDonna Sanders-Redmond and guest chef Tunde Wey. We will also share the results of the board of directors election, and announce the upcoming 2018 SEED recipients.
Join the conversation surrounding the complicated relationship between food and labor and contribute your thoughts as to how we, as individuals and owners of the co-op, can work together to create a sustainable and just food system wherein everyone involved in growing, producing or serving our food is paid fairly.
$5 in advance; $15 at the door. Purchase tickets here.
Annual Owner Meeting Menu
Egusi Stew with Pounded Yam
The Nigerian Egusi soup, prepared with melon seeds, is popular in West Africa. The soup is thickened with the ground seeds, and is prepared by most tribes in Nigeria in many different ways.
Pounded yam is one of the Nigerian fufu recipes. It is eaten with Nigerian soups, dipped into the soup like bread.
Bean cake made with African honey beans.
Stewed Chicken with Pepper Sauce
House-made by Seward Co-op
Triple chocolate cookies
Made-without-gluten peanut butter cookies
Vegan peanut butter chocolate chip cookies
Vegan poppy seed cookies
Fruits, Veggies and Dips
Provided by The Wedge Catering
Fruit and nut trays
Raw veggie trays
Roasted veggie trays
Parmesan and artichoke dip
Roasted red pepper hummus
Spinach dip served with crostini, flat breads, Tuscan bread and crackers
Non-alcoholic beverages: organic apple juice, organic milk, Joia soda, LaCroix,