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Food From Across Africa

Author: Duval Timothy
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062467417
Size: 14.45 MB
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Discover the amazing cuisine of Africa with this beautiful full-color cookbook featuring classical and modern African dishes. With its diverse, delicious flavors, African food is “some of the best on the planet,” yet remains little known to many in the wider world. To introduce this wonderful cuisine, Duval Timothy, Jacob Fodio Todd, and Folayemi Brown started their popular bi-monthly London supper club The Groundnut to showcase the food of their childhoods, dishes that reflect their heritage in Western and Eastern Africa. Based on their sold-out events, Food from Across Africa features both traditional recipes, many of which have been passed down through the generations, as well as experimental dishes using new ingredients and combinations: from the fragrant and ubiquitous West African dish, jollof rice, to innovative modern offerings like aromatic star anise and coconut chicken served in a steaming plantain leaf. Food from Across Africa includes nine complete menus with dishes that complement and enhance one another—from cocktails and juices to main courses, vegetables, sides, and desserts. Instead of making explicit distinctions, the menus represent the way these dishes fit together, whether attached by season, dominant flavors, or by another unifying point of inspiration. Easy to follow and cook, each recipe includes a short history and uses ingredients found in local markets. Pork in Tamarind, Mustard Prawns, Baked Broccoli Falafel, Pineapple Jam, Spinach & Green Bean Salad with Peanut Pesto, Banana Almond Cake, Pickled Peppers, Baked Plantain, and much more—the mouthwatering fare in Food from Across Africa is meant to be eaten communally, with family, friends, and neighbors, and enjoyed with all the senses. “Our food encourages tactility, with influences form our childhoods growing up eating freshly picked mangoes sprinkled with salty chili powder, being served juice in a peeled, cored, and squeezed orange and hand rolling and dunking balls of eba into okra soup then straight into your mouth.” A celebration of a fascinating and flavorful culture, bursting with dozens of gorgeous full-color photos, Food from Across Africa is a bounty of delights, presenting food that is simple, balanced, beautiful, and fabulous to share.

The Groundnut Cookbook

Author: Duval Timothy
Publisher: Penguin UK
ISBN: 1405923245
Size: 78.20 MB
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The Groundnut Cookbook is an African cookbook by friends Duval Timothy, Jacob Fodio Todd and Folayemi Brown. They are three energetic, imaginative Londoners set to change the face of African food with their cookbook packed full of gorgeous full-colour photography and easy-to-follow, fresh and healthy recipes. Learn how to prepare classics like their namesake Groundnut Stew, and Jollof Rice, alongside innovative offerings like their Avocado Ice Cream or Puna Yam Cake. The Groundnut Cookbook will make you wonder why it's taken you this long to explore Africa's culinary gems

Flavors Of Africa

Author: Evi Aki
Publisher: Page Street Publishing
ISBN: 1624146740
Size: 21.72 MB
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Explore Africa's Spices, Tastes and Time-Honored Traditions In Flavors of Africa, Evi Aki shares the traditional Nigerian dishes she grew up enjoying, as well as typical eats from all across the continent. She introduces customary recipes from each of Africa’s different regions, including meals from Ethiopia, Ghana, South Africa, Kenya, Morocco, Egypt, Angola and more, all of which she collected with the help of relatives and family friends. Sample tried-and-true staples that have survived generations, like Nigerian Red Stew, Jollof Rice, Moroccan Spiced Lamb and Eritrean Red Lentils with Berbere Spice Mix. Enjoy Evi’s unique spin on classics like West African Egusi Soup and Ewa Oloyin (a vegetarian bean dish), in addition to her lighter and healthier take on traditional African street foods like Zanzibar Pizza. Whether you’re a foodie, a spicy food aficionado or simply looking for a colorful new cuisine to try, Flavors of Africa is an excellent map for your culinary journey.

The Africa Cookbook

Author: Jessica B. Harris
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684802759
Size: 78.59 MB
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Gathers information on the unique foods of Africa and the lands they come from, and provides more than two hundred traditional and new recipes

Soul Food

Author: Joyce White
Publisher: William Morrow Cookbooks
ISBN: 9780060187163
Size: 15.21 MB
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When Joyce White moved to New York City from Alabama, she left small-town life behind and landed ajob as a food editor at a major women's magazine. Weekends, however, found her visiting churches in Harlem and Bedford-Stuyvestant, looking for a taste of home. Food has long been a part of the spiritual life of African-American churches, and what she found there, along with what she missed from home, was the comforting blend of cooking and fellowship that feeds both the body and soul. In this warm and joyful collection, White offers more than 150 recipes for the foods that worshipers look forward to after services, and she captures the spirit of these sociable meals with warm, conversational and occasionally poignant reflections from African-American churchgoers around the United States. "We don't just come to church service and leave," says a retired nurse who directs hospitality for a large church in Los Angeles. "Many of us stay here half the day. That way we get a chance to rub shoulders and see what is going on or going wrong with each other." From delicious renditions of classics such as Sugar-Crusted Biscuits to updated favorites such as Black Beans with Sun-Dried Tomatoes, as well as special fare for entertaining and Kwaanza, the pages of Soul Food are alive with the spirit and love of African-American churches -- and the terrific food to be found there.

Harvest

Author: Christine Stevens
Publisher: Jacana Media
ISBN: 1770095942
Size: 65.45 MB
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From baskets of heirloom tomatoes to home-raised pork and wine made from backyard grapes, this cookbook goes inside the kitchen of an organic farm to explore a rural lifestyle and its delicious benefits. The author—who left a hectic corporate career behind when she and her husband decided to buy a beautiful farm in western South Africa—shares not only her favorite recipes but also her passion for taking food straight from the garden or paddock into the kitchen. Using seasonal ingredients without much fuss, the recipes alternate between quick dishes from the best organic ingredients and slower, more indulgent meals that truly test one's culinary skills. Tips for organizing a pantry are also included, and wonderful photography provides both food shots and a tour of the postcard-perfect farm.

Stirring The Pot

Author: James C. McCann
Publisher: Ohio University Press
ISBN: 9780896804647
Size: 33.82 MB
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Africa's art of cooking is a key part of its history. All toooften Africa is associated with famine, but in Stirring the Pot,James C. McCann describes how the ingredients, the practices,and the varied tastes of African cuisine comprise a body of historically gendered knowledge practiced and perfected in householdsacross diverse human and ecological landscape. McCannreveals how tastes and culinary practices are integral to the understanding of history and more generally to the new literature on food as social history. Stirring the Pot offers a chronology of African cuisine beginning in the sixteenth century and continuing from Africa’s original edible endowments to its globalization. McCann traces cooks’ use of new crops, spices, and tastes, including New World imports like maize, hot peppers, cassava, potatoes, tomatoes, and peanuts, as well as plantain, sugarcane, spices, Asian rice, and other ingredients from the Indian Ocean world. He analyzes recipes, not as fixed ahistorical documents,but as lively and living records of historical change in women’s knowledge and farmers’ experiments. A final chapter describes in sensuous detail the direct connections of African cooking to New Orleans jambalaya, Cuban rice and beans, and the cooking of African Americans’ “soul food.” Stirring the Pot breaks new ground and makes clear the relationship between food and the culture, history, and national identity of Africans.

Foods Of Sierra Leone And Other West African Countries

Author: Rachel C. J. Massaquoi
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1449081541
Size: 79.56 MB
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Foods of Sierra Leone and other West African countries is a unique cookbook focusing on West African foods many of which have a global appeal. It is loaded with overwhelming details about these foods as well as interesting personal food stories that will delight children and adults alike. In addition, the book exposes the reader to many delectably tasty recipes for dishes like joloff rice, various soups and stews, the fascinating groundnut soups and stews, the delicious cassava leaf sauce, okra sauces, beans sauces, other mixed sauces and many more including vegetarian variations of some of the sauces. Food lovers will learn how traditionally Western vegetables like spinach, collard green, swiss chard and many others can be cooked using West African recipes. All these are lavishly presented by a West African national who was born and brought up in the region, and has lived in the region cooking and eating these foods for more than 50 years.