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Online diary - February 28 (more)

Online Diary for February 28, 2015

Today was mostly a day to rest and catch up on computer tasks. I did go out in the middle of the day to find some lunch down in the commerce section of Aburi town though. 1,136 more words

Ghana

Meal Prep Monday, Ghana Style

Yes yes, I know it’s Tuesday – this was meant to be up yesterday, but that didn’t happen…hectic day…it happens.. Forgive, I beg…! This isn’t something I would do on a Monday either, or during the week for that matter. 253 more words

Accra, Ghana

"GOBE, The God Particles ".

Gobe which has gari and beans as one of its several names is almost everywhere especially in the sub-Saharan district and for that matter Ghana. From its name, one can without a second thought guess the major ingredients that make up the nucleus of meals for the Ghanaian students. 439 more words

Ghana

Omutuo Sunday Continues

I am beginning to enjoy eating omutuo regularly. A couple of weeks ago, a fellow Ghanaian food blogger posted a pic of some omutuo and groundnut soup with some cabbage and other interesting items in the soup on his Instagram page. 118 more words

Accra, Ghana

October Ghanaian Food Challenge

I think I need to give myself a pat on the back! One week has already passed, and I’ve eaten local food twice. Go me! Haha. 202 more words

Accra, Ghana

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. 1,007 more words

Bicultural

Eating the World: Ghanaian Food in NYC

“Where do you want to eat this weekend?”
“How about a Ghanaian restaurant?”

This is how conversations go in our household. So after a few clicks on where to find Ghanaian food in NYC, we hop on the subway and an hour later we’re in Little Ghana in the Bronx – the Empire State Building a tiny Monopoly piece on the horizon. 238 more words

Eating Out In NYC