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Afro Deli

Last Friday I had the joy of dining at Afro Deli, a bright little gem in the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood. (There’s also a St. Paul location, but if you’re still in St. 295 more words


The illiterate have reached Moscow

Before I begin with our adventures in Russia, let me summarize a few things from our last hours in France. I have a habit of following eateries from around the world on Instagram. 614 more words


Designer local native stew.. the best alternative to ofada stew or ayamase


É Fry … This sauce is one of the best thing since slice Bread I tell You! 
I made it with an almost Rotten Tomatoes, loads of Onions and loads of pepper!  367 more words


Rekindling my love for African Food

I used to blog about African Food (see here) and I was reminded about it last week. Food for me is life and African food is truly the bane of my existence. 202 more words


Sunday, July 13, 2014 - When in Africa/ I just ate what?

Today was a very fun and exciting day.

I woke up early (like almost every day here) for the morning service at the School’s church and got ready to perform at church. 460 more words


Facts About Food from Central Africa

The region described as Central Africa stretches from the Tibesti Mountains in the north to infamous rainforest basin of the Congo River. Food traditions of this area remained largely free of culinary influences from colonialists and other worldly influences, until the late 19th century. 54 more words


African Food: The World is ready!

Not so long ago, celebrity chef Jamie Oliver of Britain published a recipe highlighting his interpretation of Jollof rice. Many Africans took to social media to lividly voice their dismay at a recipe that they considered unrecognizable as part of their beloved West African cuisine. 90 more words

African Food