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"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

Musings

Happy 60th Independence Day Ghana! Here are Top 10 Ghanaian Meals you Need to Try

While Ghana and Nigeria will continue to be at loggerheads in the Jollof Wars, we would never miss the opportunity to wish Ghanaians a Happy 60th Independence Day. 771 more words

Food

30-Day Blogging Challenge- Day 11- My 10 Favourite Foods

Helluuurrrr!!” *In Madea’s voice*

It’s always a great feeling seeing you here. This is no formality. In all honesty, it really is a great feeling. Day 11? 287 more words

"If things are getting easier, maybe you're headed downhill."

Today is a glorious fall day, sunny and warm. Gracie has been outside most of the morning. She knows a good thing when she sees it. 290 more words

Musings

Ghanaian Black Pepper

For me, Black Pepper  was a staple growing up.  I could not get enough of this spicy, bold, eclectic flavor.  It made everything … and I mean EVERYTHING taste good! 288 more words

Ghanaian Food

“Food is an important part of a balanced diet.”

I woke up to sun and now it is cloudy. The official report says a partly cloudy day with 78˚ as the high. Weather reports never seem optimistic. 306 more words

Musings

GARI SOAKINGS -A GHANAIAN DELICACY

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​So recently some Ghanaian delicacies have received international recognition. The ever famous Jollof and the can’t touch that Kelewe.

But I was wondering why almighty Gari Soakings has been left out …I have heard interesting names like cassava smoothie But that was just it… 327 more words

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