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Food From Across Africa

Author: Duval Timothy
Publisher: HarperCollins
ISBN: 0062467417
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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 Africa Cookbook

Author: Jessica B. Harris
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 0684802759
Size: 60.96 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

A Slice Of Africa

Author: Chidi Asika-Enahoro
Publisher: iUniverse
ISBN: 0595305288
Size: 42.24 MB
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A Slice of Africa presents a wide array of exotic cuisines of the West African descent. It features a cornucopia of tantalizing recipes. The dishes will take you on a journey to the heart of West Africa right in your own kitchen. The recipes are presented in easy to follow formats. Some of the dishes may have a distinctive resemblance to recipes from other parts of the world. Nigerian Cuisines are profiled because they embrace aspects from all African cultures. Learn how to prepare authentic Nigerian dishes. The native ingredients to use can easily be purchased from specialty food stores such as Nigerian, Liberian, Latin, Oriental, Indian, West Indian, and African grocery stores in big cities like London, New York, Miami, Atlanta, Washington DC, Baltimore, Boston, Houston, Rome, Hong Kong, and Los Angeles. A Slice of Africa demystifies some of the West African cultural trends and brings their most intimate cooking traditions to the forefront. West African cities like Lagos, Abuja, Dakar, Freetown, Accra, and Abidjan are currently flourishing with Westerners embracing the African culture and relishing the same dishes presented here. Enjoy an exotic African adventure without traveling there.

The Soul Of A New Cuisine

Author: Marcus Samuelsson
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Incorporated
ISBN:
Size: 44.24 MB
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An award-winning chef introduces readers to the eating traditions of Africa in a collection of more than two hundred recipes representing diverse cultures and cuisines, accompanied by a commentary on his journey of culinary exploration across the continent.

Foods Of Sierra Leone And Other West African Countries

Author: Rachel C. J. Massaquoi
Publisher: AuthorHouse
ISBN: 1449081541
Size: 28.33 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.

African American Food Culture

Author: William Frank Mitchell
Publisher: ABC-CLIO
ISBN: 0313346216
Size: 41.70 MB
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Like other Americans, African Americans partake of the general food offerings available in mainstream supermarket chains across the country. Food culture, however, may depend on where they live and their degree of connection to traditions passed down through generations since the time of slavery. Many African Americans celebrate a hybrid identity that incorporates African and New World foodways. The state of African American food culture today is illuminated in depth here for the first time, in the all-important context of understanding the West African origins of most African Americans of today. Like other Americans, African Americans partake of the general food offerings available in mainstream supermarket chains across the country. Food culture, however, may depend on where they live and their degree of connection to traditions passed down through generations since the time of slavery. Many African Americans celebrate a hybrid identity that incorporates African and New World foodways. The state of African American food culture today is illuminated in depth here for the first time, in the all-important context of understanding the West African origins of most African Americans of today. A historical overview discusses the beginnings of this hybrid food culture when Africans were forcibly removed from their homelands and brought to the United States. Chapter 2 on Major Foods and Ingredients details the particular favorites of what is considered classic African American food. In Chapter 3, Cooking, the African American family of today is shown to be like most other families with busy lives, preparing and eating quick meals during the week and more leisurely meals on the weekend. Special insight is also given on African American chefs. The Typical Meals chapter reflects a largely mainstream diet, with regional and traditional options. Chapter 6, Eating Out, highlights the increasing opportunities for African Americans to dine out, and the attractions of fast meals. The Special Occasions chapter discusses all the pertinent occasions for African Americans to prepare and eat symbolic dishes that reaffirm their identity and culture. Finally, the latest information in traditional African American diet and its health effects brings readers up to date in the Diet and Health chapter. Recipes, photos, chronology, resource guide, and selected bibliography round out the narrative.

Taste Of Tanzania

Author: Miriam R. Kinunda
Publisher: Miroki Pub
ISBN: 9780988735903
Size: 10.11 MB
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Offers more than 130 colorful authentic Swahili recipes appropriate for even the greenest of at-home cooks. While most ingredients can be found in grocery stores, this book offers alternatives for those that may be more commonly available in Africa. In addition, many of the delicious recipes call for the freshest of ingredients, offering healthy and flavorful options for the everyday diet. The food taste is unique and simple to prepare. Original.

The Imperial African Cookery Book

Author: Will Sellick
Publisher: Jeppestown Press
ISBN: 095539368X
Size: 61.17 MB
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After 350 years of settlement, British African cookery heritage draws on a creative mix of Tudor spices, Indian feasting, Malaysian gastronomy, Victorian gentlemen's club dinners, and Boer survival rations. Across the snow-capped mountains of Uganda to arid northern Nigeria; from the golden beaches of South Africa to the humid rain forests of Zambia - European communities in English-speaking Africa developed a distinctive and delicious cuisine. Engaging memories and exclusive contributions from distinguished Africans including Dr Mangosuthu Buthelezi, Peter Hain MP, Lord Joffe, Prue Leith, Matthew Parris and Archbishop John Sentamu bring life to over 180 traditional recipes. Including a treasury of vintage illustrations and original advertisements from the region, this book provides the first comprehensive overview of the unique cookery tradition of British Africa.

The Ethnic Vegetarian

Author: Angela Shelf Medearis
Publisher: Rodale
ISBN: 9781579546182
Size: 40.57 MB
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Ranging from Moroccan Zucchini Pancakes to Congo Moambe, a taste-tempting array of recipes for meatless dishes is based on African, Afro-Caribbean, Native American, Creole, Slavery and Southern, and Modern culinary traditions and is accompanied by tips on how to create an ethnic vegetarian kitchen, culinary techniques, personal reminiscences, and culinary lore. Original. 35,000 first printing.