Shepparton Culture Kitchen
Yɛɛn anhiar bupuch
Agoness Kuol is originally from South Sudan. She made Shepparton home in 2001 with her husband and is bringing up her six children as part of a community that she loves and is proud of. Agoness learned how to cook with her mother, making traditional recipes that have been passed down through generations in her family. Her cooking style has continued to evolve since living in Australia with foods and recipes from all over the world, a mix of different cultures and traditions. The most important thing to her though is that food is created with love and shared with others.
Sat 14 May 2022
Forget the corporate culture of grab-and-go coffee and learn the art of unhurried, slow, social sipping. Idle the afternoon away with a guhwah, traditional East African coffee ceremony hosted by Agoness Kuol. The coffee ceremony is a core cultural tradition throughout East Africa that is practised daily, giving friends, family and visitors a chance to sit, relax and catch up. Agoness adds her own flavour with a bit of lively Sudanese music and dance thrown in at the end to work off the delicious sweets she’ll be serving.