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Chicken and iPap

From 2010-2012, my husband served a mission for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints in Cape Town, South Africa. While he was there, he learned to cook a dish called iPap (pronounced “ee-pop”, or just “pop” for short). 290 more words

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Koftat Batatis (Potato Kofta)

When we used to visit my dad’s childhood home in Sudan, I’d carefully watch the way my aunts would make Koftat Batatis, completely intrigued by the time and effort they put in to make these tasty treats. 531 more words

Cooking

Afro-Asian Cuisine

Afro-Asian Foods cut across many borders bridging and bringing flavours of the Middle East, Orient and Africa together.

A robust cuisine it spans SriLankan, Bangladeshi, Indian, Afghan, Morrocan, Pakistani, Palestinian and Egyptian borders and brings a fusion of flavours characterised by a generous use of roasted, ground, fresh and dried spices.

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Art/Culture

Kenyan Con-on-Cob sabzi




My father spent some six years in an African country called Senegal. It is situated in the Western tip of the African continent, like Gujarat is in India. 946 more words

Blogging Marathon

African Food Is So Delicious - Chaima African Restaurant Cuisine

I had the most delicious African food on last Sunday at my friend’s restaurant. Her name is Chaima and she owns and operates Chaima African Cuisine Restaurant… 101 more words

A taste of Ghana

My weekend has been busy. Baking and board games with the kids, hunting for sustainably produced furniture, potting seedlings on my balcony garden, the usual housework. 1,024 more words

Bicultural

Omnomlagos Featured in Forbes!

Hi guys, I’ve got some awesome news to share…

Omnomlagos is featured in the August – September 2014 issue of Forbes Woman Africa!!!!

They wanted to do a feature on food, and asked me to come up with a three course West African inspired menu for them. 92 more words

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