Self taught cooks preparing traditional, non-traditional and taboo foods from around the globe. "All the World's a Kitchen"! Read more
This project's funding goal was not reached on August 31, 2012.
About this project
Who We Are
Pangaea Global Cuisine is a group of three former Atlanta Underground Market vendors: Kushina Catering, The Original YayYay and Teranga Without Borders. When the Atlanta Underground Market and Atlanta Nosh announced recently that they were decommissioning, we decided to stir the pot together and continue sharing our unique take on global foods. Using our organic ingredients of diverse talent, genuine passion and hospitality, we proudly craft Pangaea Global Cuisine.
From Lamb Sliders, Bissap Hibiscus Tea, and Green Papaya Salad, Pangaea also prepares delectable dishes such as Leeks Stuffed with Beef Tongue and Smoked Swiss Cheese, Thai Basil Frog Lettuce Wraps, Alligator Spring Rolls, Ethiopian Red Wine Infused Chicken Tacos, and Mealworm and Spinach Quiche. Each dish reflects an exceptional twist that defines what Pangaea has to offer. By using both traditional and non-traditional methods and ingredients we're able to create savory dishes not widely available in the city. Whether it's a Senegalese Yassa or a Mealworm Cheesecake with Candied Crickets, our goal to push people's culinary boundaries and get them out of their comfort zone. We truly believe in and deliver our motto: "All the World's A Kitchen"!
We will continue in the tradition of the Atlanta Underground Market by hosting both private and public foodie events in metro Atlanta. Our goal of $10,000 will be used to secure a commercial kitchen, catering and food processing equipment, and cover licensing fees for our own labels of jarred foods and bottled juices for distribution. A portion of the funds will also be used for our first private event in September of 2012.
Your contribution to this cause is greatly appreciated. Rest assured that Pangaea's safaris will expand the minds and palates of foodies everywhere.
What people are saying about us!
Tracy said: May 9th, 2012 8:00 pm
I finally made it to ATLANTA NOSH and let's just say, I'll be back! The weather was nice and the food was delicious, especially the Stuffed Beignet (with Shrimp and Mango). My taste buds said WOW! See you next Sunday Atlanta Nosh. Great event.
Amy Lou said: May 6th, 2012 4:19 pm
Thank you, Thank you kushina Catering. What a feast. That chicken taco was a delight. Great event. Kudos to the organizer.
............and the BIG HIT w/a line wrapped around the corner for the Lamb Sliders. Yum!!!
Meggie said: April 18th, 2012 4:18 pm
I must say for this to be my first visit to the Nosh on Sunday I really enjoyed myself and the food was great I especially enjoyed the Original YAY- YAY and what they had to offer the food was very tasteful and delightful their spring rolls are to die for and the shrimp with the mango relish beignets left me with a delicious taste in my mouth craving for more. I can't wait until the next one.
Jezebel Magazine 10/2012 Taste Test:
If you like Sweet Tea, give Teranga's Hibiscus Tea a whirl.We also think this would make an outstanding cocktail mixer.
Best thing so far is the Shrimp Beignets from YayYay.
The Atlanta Nosh
April 2 at 11:30am ·
Well, our Yohana Solomon of Kushina Catering (AUM and Nosh vendor) just became 1st runner up in a CNN chocolate recipe contest. If you came to the Chocolate event, you may have had her savory Ethiopian chocolate soup
The star of the show? The juicy, savory lamb sliders from Teranga Without Borders. As the chef noted, “We don’t have a restaurant -- yet,” but this crew deserves one.
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