Business success is not totally a result of how kind the owner of the store is or how nice the facility is. It is people who make the business work. Many businesses though the fundamental principles underlying their business are good, do not get the patronage they need to thrive. Minority businesses are particularly hardest hit. It is for this reason that we have the Onyinye project to build resources to help people and bring awareness of businesses that need support. In June, our featured business is Motherland Kitchen in Marietta, Georgia. Sabina “Jules” Leyla the owner is from Kumbo, in the NW region of Cameroon. Her restaurant is an eatery and market for African seasonings. For those unable to visit her restaurant, her website is full of goodies that will meet your authentic tropical cooking needs at http://www.motherlandkitchen.com/.
According to Naja Njoku our GFMC member, Sabina “will send you recipes and when you are ready to cook the food, call her and she will talk you through it, step by step! This is just the beginning! There will be cooking classes coming soon on how to cook her famous African dishes.”
If you live in Georgia….don’t talk about it, be about it! Go there for your birthday celebrations, Girlfriends Day Soirees, where the men folk hang out and taste home! She would love to hear from you!
Visit them in Georgia! Phone 1 770.402.7077 Website http://www.motherlandkitchen.com/ Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/pages/Motherland-Kitchen-Spices/310098911494
Monday – Friday: 11am – 11pm
Saturday: 11am – 11pm
Sunday: 11am – 8pm
For Mail Orders: http://www.motherlandkitchen.com/mail-order/
Please visit her all month in June, but join us on June 30, 2012 all day! We anticipate that many will visit her for the “Onyinye Rabble” on this date. Be sure to call and make a reservation because there will be lots of people!
Were Onyinye gi bia…bring her the gift of your support!