Journey through Africa with chef and founder of The Africa Cafe, Portia Mbau. In 1992 Portia started the first African restaurant in South Africa, serving food inspired by her travels across the continent. The Africa Cookbook is a compilation of her tried-and-tested recipes, designed to bring the flavours and techniques of Africa into your home kitchen. With Portia's added flair, the dishes go beyond tradition into innovation. Part of her signature is the use of healthy and organic ingredients that still evoke the authentic, much-loved flavours of Africa.
Presents menus and recipes from eleven African countries, with serving hints and complete shopping lists, and includes additional recipes for appetizers, soups, fish, poultry, beef, side dishes, salads, breads, and desserts
From Africa to the World. Get your copy of the best and most unique African recipes from BookSumo Press! Come take a journey with us into the delights of easy cooking. The point of this cookbook and all our cookbooks is to exemplify the effortless nature of cooking simply. In this book we focus on African. The African Cookbook is a complete set of simple but very unique African recipes. You will find that even though the recipes are simple, the tastes are quite amazing. So will you join us in an adventure of simple cooking? Here is a Preview of the African Recipes You Will Learn: Chicken Tunis Arab Pot Pies North African Chopped Meatballs Mediterranean Olive Salad Tunisian Layered Meat Casserole Zucchini Salad Potato Soup in Algeria Algerian Lamb Shoulder Lamb Tagine with Saffron Arabian Meatball Soup Tuna Gyros Sweet Glazed Semolina Cake Algerian Strawberry Cookies Algerian Style Lamb and Beans Green Bean Bowls Spicy African Green Tea Nigerian Banana Bread Congo Inspired Tarragon Salad Nigerian Citrus Sundae Fish Kabobs Africano Much, much more! Again remember these recipes are unique so be ready to try some new things. Also remember that the style of cooking used in this cookbook is effortless. So even though the recipes will be unique and great tasting, creating them will take minimal effort! Related Searches: African cookbook, African recipes, African book, African, Tunisian cookbook, Algeria recipes, North African cookbook
Coco originates from Mombasa and has spent years travelling around Africa taking in the cultures of a vibrant continent. In her series of books 'Coco Cooks Africa' she revisits some of her favourite places and cooks some of the best meals she has tasted. Coco Cooks Kenya recipes are full of African, indian/asian influence a fusion of herbs and spices that are truly unique to East African Cuisine.
Author : Shereen Jog
ISBN : 9781432310394
Genre : Cooking
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The East African Cookbook boasts a selection of recipes that reflects a cuisine that is modern and yet rooted in the traditional methods and tastes of East Africa. Author Shereen Jog is a fifth-generation Tanzanian national who shares her recipes for delicious soups, salads, main dishes and desserts. Bursting with the flavours of East African and Indian spices, these recipes will inspire everyone to cook mouth-watering meals for family and friends alike. Shereen is known for her creativity as she experiments and plays with flavours, using the abundance of fresh organic produce and the influence of a multi-cultural environment to prepare dishes that reflect the traditions of Arab, Swahili, Indian and colonial cuisines.
Author : William Frank Mitchell
ISBN : 9780313346217
Genre : Social Science
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Like other Americans, African Americans partake of the general food offerings available in mainstream supermarket chains across the country. Food culture, however, may depend on where they live and their degree of connection to traditions passed down through generations since the time of slavery. Many African Americans celebrate a hybrid identity that incorporates African and New World foodways. The state of African American food culture today is illuminated in depth here for the first time, in the all-important context of understanding the West African origins of most African Americans of today. Like other Americans, African Americans partake of the general food offerings available in mainstream supermarket chains across the country. Food culture, however, may depend on where they live and their degree of connection to traditions passed down through generations since the time of slavery. Many African Americans celebrate a hybrid identity that incorporates African and New World foodways. The state of African American food culture today is illuminated in depth here for the first time, in the all-important context of understanding the West African origins of most African Americans of today. A historical overview discusses the beginnings of this hybrid food culture when Africans were forcibly removed from their homelands and brought to the United States. Chapter 2 on Major Foods and Ingredients details the particular favorites of what is considered classic African American food. In Chapter 3, Cooking, the African American family of today is shown to be like most other families with busy lives, preparing and eating quick meals during the week and more leisurely meals on the weekend. Special insight is also given on African American chefs. The Typical Meals chapter reflects a largely mainstream diet, with regional and traditional options. Chapter 6, Eating Out, highlights the increasing opportunities for African Americans to dine out, and the attractions of fast meals. The Special Occasions chapter discusses all the pertinent occasions for African Americans to prepare and eat symbolic dishes that reaffirm their identity and culture. Finally, the latest information in traditional African American diet and its health effects brings readers up to date in the Diet and Health chapter. Recipes, photos, chronology, resource guide, and selected bibliography round out the narrative.