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Palaver

Palaver (or palava/plasas) is a type of stew widely popular in West African cuisine including Ghana, Liberia, Sierra Leone, and Nigeria. The word palaver itself comes from the Portuguese language, meaning a lengthy talk, debate, or quarrel.  680 more words

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Looking back at the Alppipuisto Picnic

Alppipuisto Picnic happened on 9th of July this year and it was a first time for me to share the kitchen stand with the Elephantasy Picnic Afro Twist Kitchen there. 207 more words

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Some thoughts from the Restaurant Day and the World Village Festival

Recently I have had a great pleasure to be a part of two wonderful events where I cooked for a bunch of awesome people.

The first event, being the Restaurant Day, took place on 21st of May and the second one, Maailma Kylässä (World Village Festival), on 27-28 of May. 167 more words

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Shortly about Kojo

My name is Kwadwo “Kojo” Owusu, born and raised in Kumasi – a wonderful Ashanti town in Ghana. I started preparing food at the age of 12, inspired by my mom’s Ashanti style cooking as I assisted her in the kitchen. 205 more words

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Jets' Owusu Asleep During Stanford Bro's 'Amazing' Catch

FLORHAM PARK, N.J. (AP) — Little brother has some serious bragging rights that might not ever be topped in the Owusu household.

Sure, Chris Owusu made it to the NFL as a wide receiver, now with the New York Jets. 441 more words

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