Tuesday, 20 February 2018

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  • Do Indians eat pigs?

    Do Indians eat pigs?

    Yes they do. India is a diverse country comprising of Hindus, Moslems, Sikhs, Christians. So while some faiths may not approve of eating pork, in Goa they certainly do. Some places ...

  • What are the biggest misconceptions about food?

    What are the biggest misconceptions about food?

    With an abundance of false advertising and old wives’ tales surrounding the healthy eating industry, it can be tough to know what is really healthy and what just looks that way. He ...

  • 10 foods for the diabetic

    10 foods for the diabetic

    Living with any type of diabetes isn't best, however, a proper diabetes diet and exercise system can help you live a happy and full life. The perfect diet for diabetes is food that ...

  • African recipe: Zambian pineapple ham with avocado

    African recipe: Zambian pineapple ham with avocado

    You will love the blend of avocado with pineapple. This African recipe originates from Zambia. Ingredients 500 grams’ crushed, tinned, pineapple. 100 grams’ brown sugar. 2 tablespo ...

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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HOW TO MAKE SALADE DE TRIPES FROM CHAD

HOW TO MAKE SALADE DE TRIPES FROM CHAD

This is a traditional Chadian recipe for a classic dish of boiled tripe served with cucumber, onion, tomato, bell pepper and lemon wedges.Ingredients:300g marara (prepared tripe) ...

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HOW TO MAKE SOUTH AFRICAN POTJIEKOS

HOW TO MAKE SOUTH AFRICAN POTJIEKOS

Potjiekos is a South African stew, traditionally, made in a three-legged cast iron pot. It dates back to the time when the Afrikaans people started to migrate from the Cape Region ...

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HOW TO MAKE RWANDAN AGATOGO

HOW TO MAKE RWANDAN AGATOGO

The cuisine of Rwanda is based on local staple foods produced by the traditional subsistence-level agriculture and has historically varied between the country's different ethnic g ...

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HOW TO MAKE ALOCO FROM THE IVORY COAST

HOW TO MAKE ALOCO FROM THE IVORY COAST

A very popular dish found in the small roadside restaurants of the Ivory Coast (Cote d'Ivoire), Aloco (Alloco, Aloko, or Bananes Plantains a l'huile de palme) is a combination of ...

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HOW TO MAKE MOZAMBICAN CRAB CURRY

HOW TO MAKE MOZAMBICAN CRAB CURRY

Mozambique has an interesting and flavourful cuisine that has been strongly influenced by the Portuguese who colonised the country for 500 years.The following recipe can be done w ...

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THE HISTORY OF BILTONG

THE HISTORY OF BILTONG

Long report short, Biltong originated in South Africa by the Dutch settlers who arrived in South Africa in the 17th century brought recipes for dried meat from Europe. Bing actual ...

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ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ALGERIAN CUISINE

ALL YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT ALGERIAN CUISINE

The fertile mountainous regions of Algeria are located in North Africa on the Mediterranean Sea. This northern region of Africa is popular for olive tree, cork oak, and vast everg ...

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HOW TO MAKE KENYAN BISKUTI YA NAZI-COCONUT MACAROONS

HOW TO MAKE KENYAN BISKUTI YA NAZI-COCONUT MACAROONS

Those who love dessert recipes will agree with me that Biskuti ya Nazi is one the best dessert recipes in Kenya. Some of our African recipes are less known by the outside word and ...

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