Monday, 19 November 2018

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  • Facts you need to know about noodles

    Facts you need to know about noodles

    They can be stretched, extruded, or rolled flat; boiled and bunged in soup, fried and tossed with seafood or even dehydrated and sold in their own cup.   Noodles are at least ...

  • African recipe: Tanzanian meat stew

    African recipe: Tanzanian meat stew

    A simple and tasty meat curry entree; curry dishes are common in the African countries on the Indian Ocean coast.   Ingredients 700 grams’ stewing meat (beef, lamb, goat etc.) ...

  • African recipe: Central African okra and greens

    African recipe: Central African okra and greens

    Okra is one of the few foodstuffs native to Africa to have attained world-wide penetration. It is used throughout Africa. It is eaten throughout Africa, the Middle East and Asia du ...

  • SA whisky wins best in world award

    SA whisky wins best in world award

    Bain’s Cape Mountain Whisky, the proudly South African single-grain whisky, has won the World's Best Grain Whisky award and its founder distiller Andy Watts has won the global Icon ...

Top 10 successful African restaurant chains

Top 10 successful African restaurant chains

The restaurant chain market in Africa may be dominated by South Africa, but its flavour has been exported across the continent, and even globe. See how many of these popular outle ...

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From Chicken Feet To Riches!

From Chicken Feet To Riches!

" In South Africa chicken feet are a delicasy and a  common township snack  popularly known as “Maotwana'.  Also known as “runaways” chicken feet are eaten in ...

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Amaasi: A South African traditional Dish

Amaasi: A South African traditional Dish

Umvubo is a traditional South African meal ideal to eat on a warm day. The meal consists of Amasi aka Maas -  Fermented milk that tastes like cottage cheese or ...

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Umvubo: A South African traditional Dish

Umvubo: A South African traditional Dish

Umvubo is a traditional South African meal ideal to eat on a warm day. The meal consists of Amasi aka Maas -  Fermented milk that tastes like cottage cheese or ...

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Take a Bite of the Somali Sambuus

Take a Bite of the Somali Sambuus

"Sambusa's are stuffed triangular delicacies that are very popular appetizers and a staple of  Somalia. They are usually reserved for special occasions, such as Ramadan, ...

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Couscous – A National Algerian Dish

Couscous – A National Algerian Dish

"Traditional Algerian cuisine is a colorful combination of Berber, Turkish, French, and Arab tastes, can be either extremely mild or packed with flavorful seasonings. Couscou ...

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HOW TO MAKE POLVO A MODO ZE DE LINO FROM CAPE VERDE

HOW TO MAKE POLVO A MODO ZE DE LINO FROM CAPE VERDE

Polvo a Modo ze de Lino (Octopus Stew) is a traditional Cape Verdean recipe for a classic stew of octopus or squid cooked in an onion, tomato and garlic sauce flavoured with chill ...

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HOW TO MAKE ARROZ VERDE FROM ANGOLA

HOW TO MAKE ARROZ VERDE FROM ANGOLA

Arroz Verde (Green Rice) is a traditional Angolan recipe for classic dish of rice cooked with green bell pepper, garlic and coriander and which is typically served as an accompani ...

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HOW TO MAKE ALBONDIGAS DE SARDINAS FROM GUINEA

HOW TO MAKE ALBONDIGAS DE SARDINAS FROM GUINEA

Albóndigas de Sardinas (Sardine Meatballs) is a traditional Equatorial Guinean recipe for a classic dish of sardine, onion and bel pepper meatballs flavoured with hot chillies tha ...

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HOW TO MAKE GABONESE POULET NYEMBWE

HOW TO MAKE GABONESE POULET NYEMBWE

Gabon sits at the crossroads between the north, south and west of the continent. This, along with the country's long history of French colonizaton makes it's cuisine one of the mo ...

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