Kanyah and Lime Cheesecake

I’m back to making desserts, and I have nailed this one – my niece (much older now) approves of this dessert so there was no brushing of the tongue! Kanyah is a popular homemade snack, in both Liberia and Salone, that you pick up on the roadside. It’s almost similar in consistency to the peanut […]

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Spicy Mango and Gari Salad

You ask, ‘What is gari?’.  It still to this day astounds me that this one root vegetable can be prepared in so many different ways and thus taking on a different form, creating an entirely different dish. Each form tasting so different by solely just boiling, drying, grating, frying, mashing or pounding it and you […]

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Spicy Prawn Broth

I’m making a comeback, I’m back from my hiatus.  I have been super busy travelling back and forth to Singapore and Hong Kong with work over the last 3 months (banking a load of air miles – ah yeah) and I have not really been able to dedicate much time to write many posts (gotta […]

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Lamb & Okra Curry

I know very few people who like okra (otherwise known as lady fingers).  I completely and absolutely love them!!  I grew up eating the sweetest okra stew made by my Mama as it is a popular West African dish.  If I wasn’t eating my Mama’s okra stew I was eating one made by one of […]

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