A lot of people have been asking me about the South African cuisine.
With so many different cultures in the country it’s very difficult to tell what is the authentic food and what is not, so I just decided to pick a few examples. 69 more words
Greater Toronto’s West African community keeps growing everyday, same as the food business! There are many restaurants and fast food spots you can go to sit in and enjoy or pick up your favorite plate of African Salad (Abacha and Ugba) or that warm bowl of fish peppersoup, don’t get us started with the mouth watering peanut soup and rice balls, waakye with a side of shito, Suya, Jollof rice (Ghanaian & Nigerian). 436 more words
Asheley is a Ghanaian from New Jersey. She pronounces her “waters” as “wu-otters” and prefers lactose free milk despite not being lactose intolerant. Although short, her height is often overseen because of her bright and infectious laughs and funny comments. 347 more words