Basil Jollof Quinoa

If you have ever explored West African food, the word jollof rice comes up time and time again. You will quickly find yourself in a wormhole of people debating which country has the best Jollof Rice? Is the best jollof the Ghanaian jollof rice, packed with spices or the more simpler Nigerian jollof rice, which... Continue Reading →

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 as  Nigerian-Canadian woman this is one way she can connect with... Continue Reading →

Chickpea Caesar Salad

This salad came out of combining bits and pieces together but the recipe absolutely works. This is a light and super easy salad to make compared to regular caesar salad that is drowned in oil and has fried chicken on top. Instead, swapping the lettuce for kale adds more micronutrients and chickpeas add crunch, flavour... Continue Reading →

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