Learning To Cook Traditional Ghanaian Food in Diaspora

Yesterday I was listening to CBC Radio Now and Never and one of the hosts, Ify Chiwetelu was documenting her experience trying to make egbono soup. She said that being able to make the perfect traditional soup is a big achievement for her. Especially asĀ  Nigerian-Canadian woman this is one way she can connect with... Continue Reading →

A Vegan African?

As a child, I never heard of other eating lifestyles except for how I ate, which was everything. In my previous post: Food Philosophy, I talked about how important memories were all centered around food, and many cultural events in my tribe placed huge importance on the sacrifice of animals. So eating meat was in... Continue Reading →

Course, Kinky, Ethnic and Beautiful

  I have literally been so excited to do this blog post, as you can tell by the photo above, because quite frankly I am not a fan of always repeating myself, explaining why my hair is longer by 6 inches all of a sudden, or why it stands straight when I tug on it,... Continue Reading →

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