Do you dread the time you spend prepping the base for your sauces before you start to cook, especially after a hard days work? Well, I do and I have found this method to be of great help. Actually, the past couple of months with a new...Read more
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Pinkaso is a savoury snack made from flour, onions and pepper. It is usually paired with Hausa koko (Millet Porridge) but can be equally enjoyed with any other breakfast cereal or beverage of choice. INGREDIENTS:Read more
- 350g Plain Flour
- 1 Tsp Salt (levelled)
- 7g Dry Active Yeast
- 12g Bicarbonate...
Sawubona is an in-flight magazine for South African Airways and yours truly has been featured in the March 2017 issue. South African Airways was one of my first flight experience and one of the best so far, so I'm truly delighted and humbled to be featured in...Read more
This is good old #nutmeg. We asked our instagram followers for alternative names in other languages and this is what they came up with, #Muscade (#French), #Muskatnuss (#German), #muskatnøtt (#Norwegian), #Muskatnod (#Danish), #Muskottipahkina(#Finnish). Amazing how they all start with an M and very similar huh! Unfortunately, we...Read more
Ayoyo soup is a green leaf soup enjoyed by tribes in the northern region of Ghana. It's popularly served with tuo, a maize & cassava meal like dumpling. Ayoyo is the local name for Jews or Jute Mallow or Egyptian Spinach or bush okra. It's a very...Read more
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