Americanah–Chimamanda Adichie

I️ just finished reading Chimamanda's Americanah for the second time (I rarely read books twice) and I️ just feel all kinds of way. I️ feel connection, I️ feel conflicted, I️ feel lost, and I️ feel confused. I️ think it is so beautifully written and she has the ability to truly put to words the many... Continue Reading →

Chocolate Crepes with Spiced Ice Cream

You can never have too much chocolate am I right? Especially on Valentine's day. If you are celebrating Valentine's day with someone special or enjoying Single's Appreciation Day, here is a recipe either your loved one or you can enjoy. This breakfast is decadent and easy chocolate crepes filled with chocolate sauce and topped with... Continue Reading →

Cinnamon Raisin Loaf (Gluten Free)

After every meal, I love to eat something sweet to finish up the entire meal. Lately my mum gave me a big bag of raisins and I was inspired to make something with the raisins. I absolutely love cinnamon raisin, especially the sweetness of the raisins when warm and the fragrance of cinnamon. This recipe... Continue Reading →

Strawberry Chia Jam

Today's recipe is so easy, you can make it with your eyes closed. I have been absolutely loving adding jams to my oatmeals and deserts, and honestly cannot believe I waited this long to make it. This strawberry chia jam is really quick to prep and can be used all week when stored in the... Continue Reading →

Curried Lentils Shepherds Pie

I remember the first time I tried Shepherd's Pie was on a British Airways  flight to Tanzania. I remember it tasting like plane food, and it did not really stand out to me. Granted you do lose a good amount of your sense of taste flying, it was definitely something I did not want to try again.... Continue Reading →

Full Ghanaian Breakfast (Vegan)

I have been craving a full breakfast with scrambled tofu and potatoes and beans for a while but instead of potatoes, plantains have sounded like a better option. So I thought to myself, why not make it a Ghanaian full breakfast. Of course being vegan, I am subbing the eggs for tofu and using plantains instead... Continue Reading →

Spicy Plantain Chops (Kelewele)

Kelewele was one of the defining foods of my childhood. I remember my uncle will bring some with him every time he came to visit our family and they were generally gone within 3 minutes. It was a popular night time snack sold across the city of Accra along with other small chops.You could also... Continue Reading →

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