Black History Month Dinner

Black History Month Dinner
Date 26/10/2022 at 19.15 - 21/10/2022 at 21.15 Where Dining Hall

Wolfson members and their guests are cordially invited to this special themed dinner for Black History Month.

Black History Month Dinner

All Wolfson members and their guests are invited to the Black History Month dinner, which will follow a similar format to a formal hall, but with a special themed menu and no dress-code requirements (so attendees may choose to wear traditional or national dress).

Menu

  Meat menu Vegetarian menu
Starter Spiced Okra & Crayfish Soup (Celery, Sulphites, Crustaceans) Spiced Okra & Bean Soup (Celery, Sulphites)
Main Bourbon & Coffee Braised Beef (Celery, Sulphites) Spiced Eggplant with Stewed Lentils & Beans (Celery, Sulphites)
Sides Sweet Potato, Fried Collards, Spiced Beans with Peanuts (Peanuts, Sulphites) Sweet Potato, Fried Collards, Spiced Beans with Peanuts (Peanuts, Sulphites)
Dessert Fig & Tamarind Sponge with Coconut Custard (Gluten,Dairy,Eggs Fig & Tamarind Sponge with Coconut Custard (Gluten, Dairy, Eggs)

Booking

Booking is required via the Wolfson College Formal Hall website. The deadline for reservations is 12.00 noon on Tue 25 Oct.

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