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Ambassador Thomas Amolo to grace the Kenyan Street Food Cooking event in Hanau

Ms Gillian Lwangu Piroth, the Founder of My Ethnic Cooking & Catering (MEC), the first African cookery school in Germany

Kenya’s Ambassador to Germany H.E. Thomas Amolo will grace the Kenyan Street Food Cooking event in Hanau on 17th July 2021.

The special event is organised by My Ethic Cooking & Catering (MEC) headed by Gillian Lwangu Piroth, one of the most famous Kenyan chefs in Germany. Gillian will be supported by Chef Markus.

It will be one of those rare occasions to meet Kenya’s new Ambassador and Embassy staff, while enjoying delicious Kenyan meals and drinks.

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“We will have a Kenyan Street food setup where the guests will watch what we grill and serve themselves from a 3-course buffet,” said Gillian

The Kenyan Street Food Cooking event will be held on 17th July 2021 from 16;00 at Philipp-Heck-Straße 10, 63457 Hanau, Germany.

The event will be held in accordance with the current rules included in anti-COVID protocols in Germany.

Click here to book your place.

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