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Egypt- An ancient bread, kofta and pistachio dukkah

EGYPT –

Aish Baladi, Lamb Kofta and Pistachio Dukkah.

Ah Egypt! Who has not heard of this most fabled land? – cradle of civilization and still a place of mystery and wonder.  1,205 more words

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Veg: Potatoes, leeks and mushroom tartelette

This is a very quick left overs tartelette. You can play with the ingredients as you wish. Use whatever you want as long as you have mashed potatoes as a binding base. 150 more words

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Art of Banga Soup.

There is absolutely nothing that can be compared to its taste, made from its unique ingredient for without which it can be made. It leaves your taste bud very jumpy even though it is a local dish, anyone from anywhere can enjoy it. 588 more words

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Week 1: Ethiopia

This is it. I’ve done it. There is no turning back now.

To those of you who are new to my blog and have no idea what I’m talking about, welcome to  707 more words

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Obodo M.

What does it mean to be a Nigerian?
What does it take to be a Nigerian?
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Enemundo Soup or Sauce.

I remember the first time my dad told my aunt that he wanted to eat his yam with Enemundo sauce, my siblings and I were stunned by the name because we had never heard of it until that time. 680 more words

GHANAIAN RECIPES: SHITO (BLACK PEPPER SAUCE)

Shito means pepper in GA language, and it is widely used throughout Ghana to refer to this spicy black pepper sauce. It lasts up to three months out of fridge and up to a year in the fridge. 160 more words

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