Marinated Aubergine and Tomato Salad

I recall a conversation I had with Le Hub when we were dating many years ago. I'd asked what three foods ranked lowest on his list, and to my greatest surprise, he reeled off two of my favourite foods - okra and eggplant. I sat in silence as I started pondering strategies

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Plantain Mash With Sauteed Spinach & spicy prawns

So you know I am a self-confessed foodie,,,and presumably you also know that fitness is high on my priority list. And I must confess, I do love a good workout. You know that feeling of satisfaction when you leave the gym knowing you've just had an

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Angolan Moamba de Galinha Recipe (Chicken in Moamba sauce)

Hey hey...I hope you are feeling adventurous today because for today's recipe, we are taking a trip to Luanda, Angola to experience Chicken Muamba, which , according to Wiki, is the national dish of Angola.

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Pan-Fried Chilli and Honey Prawns

One of the benefits of growing up in a small riverside town is getting used to having an abundance of fresh seafood at every turn. One of my highlights as a child was our weekly trips with my mum to the docks. 

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Ghana-inspired Spicy Fried Plantain (Kelewele)

It doesn't get more street food than Kelewele. Just ask any Ghanaian, if you don't believe me. It's also so popular and so steeped in culture that Kelewele is probably the one recipe that all my Ghanaian friends know how to recreate.

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East African-Inspired Coconut Curry Rice (Wali Wa Nazi)

Coconut rice is one of those meals that I looked forward to with bated breath as a child growing up in Africa. Making this meal was a long and tedious process, but a rather enjoyable one. It usually started with de-husking the coconuts. 

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2 Easy ways of making Coconut Milk at Home in 10 minutes

If you regularly use coconut milk in your kitchen, then it makes a whole lot of sense for you to learn to make this simple milk at home. Not only will it save you a lot of money in the long run, but you also spare yourself the headache of wondering whether the packaging used..

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Marinated Beef Meatballs (Mshikaki)

During my last trip to Kenya, I had the pleasure of meeting Mshikaki for the first time - a pleasure I am still reliving. And I daresay that jf you've ever had the pleasure of hanging out in Nairobi or Mombasa, 

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Spiced Papaya Seed (Pawpaw Seed) & Ginger Muffins

One of the best things about blogging about food is that I get to eat all these incredible recipes that I make. Ok..there are some not-so-incredible ones which you don't get to hear about...

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Sweet Pepper Sauce

I love sweet chilli sauce. I mean, it goes with everything right? And once upon a time, I would have sweet chilli sauce with just about any and everything you can imagine. To be fair though..

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Spicy Roasted Papaya (PawPaw) and Fonio Boats

I am on a mission to explore just how many ways there are to enjoy Papaya, a fruit which takes me back many years to my childhood. In Nigeria, Papaya is fondly called Pawpaw...

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Mango and Lemon Iced Tea

Summer is finally here in Switzerland (after several weeks of non-stop rain), and its' finally time to make one of my favourite drinks..

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Classic Lemonade Recipe - Easy and Quick

There are so many different ways to make lemonade but this quick and easy recipe is my go-to recipe for lemonade. Making lemonade in my opinion should be a quick, spur-of-the-moment affair...

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Papaya and Fonio Breakfast Smoothie Bowl

Sunday morning breakfasts are some of the things that dreams are made of... at least in my opinion. It’s the one morning in the week that I sometimes have the

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Cocoyam (Taro Root) Ice Cream Recipe

I have a confession to make. You see, the other night, I was having an online chat - you know one of those midnight chats - when I shared a confession with her. It wasn't something bothersome, it just happened to come up in conversation and we had a good old discussion on the topic.

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East African Rustic Tomato and Onion Salsa (Kachumbari)

If you haven't come across Kachumbari before, allow me to introduce you to this tangy East African salad. One of my favourite dishes when I am in Nairobi, I just really cannot get enough of this salad. Kenyans call it ...

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Sorrel Recipe - Guest Post - Chef Mireille Roc@The Schizo Chef

I am so excited to introduce today's post. It's a little out of the ordinary - hence the excitement. Today, I have a guest post from..

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4 Things you'll miss if you are not at the African Village Event in Basel

Last week, I was sent a flyer promoting the African Village Event by a friend who is aware of this blog which is my passion and labour of love. He thought the event would be of interest to me

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Roasted Eggplant (Aubergine) and Peanut Salsa

Aubergines are in season and they are all over my local supermarket - so it was no surprise when I returned from my grocery shopping with a bag full of Aubergines. It's not that I am particularly fond of aubergines, but

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Getting rid of Belly Fat with African Food

For a long time, losing some weight had been on my mind. I didn't agonise about it, rather it was a nagging thought that came to the fore of mind every now and then, but especially during the summer. The thought that my belly fat was going to be

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