Here you will find top Kwanzaa recipes for every course. This collection of recipes for the week long holiday will impress any crowd. You will find everything from soul food classics to Caribbean one-pot stews.
What Is Kwanzaa
Kwanzaa is a celebration of African-American culture and life that lasts from December 26th to January 1st. Kwanzaa is does not have a religious affiliation. It was created by activist Maulana Karenga and first celebrated in the United Stated In 1966. Food is a large part of African-American culture and Kwanzaa too. On the final day, it’s common to have a large feast called karamu.
What Is Food Is Served?
Kwanzaa is a celebration of African-American culture. Menus include classic soul food recipes and foods of the African diaspora. This means everything from gumbo, to jerk chicken to candied yams. The recipes in this collection are all by African-American bloggers.