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Team FitFam get in here! Learn to make this Palm Oil-Less Beans Recipe by Sisi Yemmie

“I’ve got beans, greens, potatoes, tomatoes, lamb, ram, chicken… you name it!”

Sorry, I just had to do that. That’s a line from the popular #YouNameItChallenge that trended towards the end of 2016. 69 more words



This dish fills me with nostalgia, as it was my Mums favourite dish to make on Fridays. The dish is usually paired with a mixture of boiled ripened Plantain and Yam thinly sliced. 547 more words


A little delight in #Bofrot #Puff Puff

I had the privilege of checking out the YouTube channel of Ndudu by fafa. Love her dishes and her manner of capturing the essence of the food in one click to tell a massive story about the food. 350 more words

Ghanaian Food

Fine dining with Eat Jollof London

Being one of five girls, my mum insisted I learn how to cook if I wanted a man to marry me! I’m Ghanaian, but grew up in East Africa, cooking Ethiopian, Ugandan and Kenyan food for my siblings.

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Pot&Platter: Afro-Caribbean Food Scene Cookup

Jolly Pops (Jollof Rice)

So if you’ve been to an African party, then you know there is always an assortment of foods lined up on the table; from the Jollof rice, Waakye, fried rice, kenkey and fish, Banku and okro soup and the list continues. 453 more words


Ghanaian and Nigerian Jollof Rice: Which is Tastier?

There’s a heated debate revolving around Ghanaian jollof rice and Nigerian jollof rice. Plenty of people claim that one is better than the other. Is it all a matter of taste or is there a grain of truth to the question of which one is tastier? 369 more words


"It is not the cook’s fault when the cassava turns out to be hard and tasteless."

Mother Nature has it out for me. This morning as Gracie and I were going to the far side of the deck it started to rain. 304 more words