Dried Small Fish Small Dried Fish Also known as Matemba (Zimbabwe), Kapenta (Zambia), Daaga (Tanzania), Omena (Kenya), Same age boys (Ghana), Janga (Cameroon), Mwanja moto (Cameroon) (Help us include more African names, leave us a comment below with what you call these little guys in your country…don’t forget to tell us where you
Also Known as: Mahewu (Shona), Amarewu (Xhosa), Amahewu (Zulu) Togwa (Tanzania), Mabundu (Venda), Mapotho Mahewu (As I grew up calling it) is a traditional African beverage enjoyed by millions. Derived from fermenting cereals such as maize (corn), millet and sorghum, it can be consumed hot or cold and is commonly served as a thirst quencher,
At age 23, Munya S. is supplying local grocery stores with food from his urban farm.
When people on social media criticized the publication of a collard greens with peanuts recipe, I was perplexed. I grew up on a steady diet of peanuts in almost everything. How/Why is this food combination strange?
I have received several requests for this recipe and am just getting around to it now (my apologies). This is often referred to as the "national dish of Senegal," and I can see why. It is absolutely delicious. Loaded with vegetables and fish, it is a welcome healthy variation of the rice and fish dishes served throughout Africa. I
Every good pot of sadza/ugali/pap/fufu/rice deserves a great stew and if you are a beef eater, this is the recipe for you. While coconut adds a subtle flavor to the stew, it can be omitted for a lower fat variation. Ingredients 2 lb (4.4 kg) beef for stewing 2 heaped tablespoons curry powder 1 tsp black pepper 1
Sadza/Ugali/ Nshima: If I had to serve one food item that would represent most countries in Africa, I am pretty sure this starchy staple would be in my serving dish. Usually prepared by mixing water and a starch to a thick porridge consistency, this dish is refered to by various names throughout the continent. Common names include Sadza,
A baobab fruit split open to show the seeds. The fruit is about 18 cm long, and the seeds themselves are dark and encased in cubes of dry, white pulp, which can be dissolved in water with sugar or warm milk to make a drink. This fruit was obtained in the Eastern Highlands of
A 2009 study published in BioMed Central (BMC) Public Health indicated that obesity in seven African countries increased by almost 35% during the early 1990's to early 2000's. Right before the World Cup was held in South Africa, some media outlets reported that South African policemen had been told to lose weight or face being fired. Whether