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Recipe: West African peanut stew with chicken - Independent Online
20 Feb 2018


Independent Online

Recipe: West African peanut stew with chicken
Independent Online
Heat 1 tablespoon of the oil in a Dutch oven or other large heavy pot over medium-high heat. Once the oil shimmers, add half the chicken and cook for 3 to 4 minutes, stirring, until it loses its raw look and is lightly browned in spots, then transfer ...

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History of South African salads - Independent Online
20 Feb 2018


Independent Online

History of South African salads
Independent Online
The salads and side dishes that South Africans enjoy are as authentic as any homegrown dish. There is a rich legacy and history, deeply rooted in the traditional potato salad, sambal, beetroot and three beans dishes. The way we prepare our salads and ...

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African Peanut Stew, Slow-Cooker Taco Meat, Rich Kolachy Cookie recipes from Facebook food groups (photos) - cleveland.com
24 Jan 2018


cleveland.com

African Peanut Stew, Slow-Cooker Taco Meat, Rich Kolachy Cookie recipes from Facebook food groups (photos)
cleveland.com
And so it went during the recent cold snap, especially among reports on local Facebook food groups. We fell for a lot of photos of hearty items, and asked for recipes. Home cooks and bloggers obliged with three impressive ideas: Slow-cooker beef for ...


'Rustic Chakula' celebrates modern, African food - Citizen
20 Feb 2018


Citizen

'Rustic Chakula' celebrates modern, African food
Citizen
... hosted by the Afrocentric, charming cosmopolitan chef Sizo Henna, is a lifestyle cooking show that discovers and celebrates the modern, yuppie African lifestyle. It will debut today on SABC 3 at 8.30pm. On the show he explores a contemporary ...


A Chef's Dream to Restore an Ancient West African Grain - New York Times
15 Feb 2018


New York Times

A Chef's Dream to Restore an Ancient West African Grain
New York Times
Thiam left Senegal for the U.S. in the late 1980s, on a student visa, and though he was meant to be studying physics and chemistry, as he did at the University of Dakar before the government shut it down amid student strikes, he worked in New York ...


You Asked or It: Irie Zulu's Winter South African Oxtail Stew - Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
12 Feb 2018


Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

You Asked or It: Irie Zulu's Winter South African Oxtail Stew
Milwaukee Journal Sentinel
Wayne and Terri B., Milwaukee, requested the recipe for an oxtail dish served at Irie Zulu, 7237 W. North Ave., Wauwatosa. They wrote: “We love all the food at Irie Zulu, but our favorite dishes are the oxtail stews. We have had their Jamaican oxtail ...


'Soul Food Scholar' Adrian Miller celebrates African-Americans who cooked for our presidents (photos, recipes) - cleveland.com
07 Feb 2018


cleveland.com

'Soul Food Scholar' Adrian Miller celebrates African-Americans who cooked for our presidents (photos, recipes)
cleveland.com
Adrian Miller was calling and I steadied myself before answering. What to ask this 48-year-old food history writer first? After all, it's Black History Month, plus a month that honors presidents, Mardi Gras and Valentine's Day. His food background hits ...


African-American vegans in Chicago redefining soulful food - Chicago Tribune
31 Jan 2018


Chicago Tribune

African-American vegans in Chicago redefining soulful food
Chicago Tribune
The publication is a project of By Any Greens Necessary, by African-American vegan female trailblazer Tracye McQuirter, in partnership with Farm Sanctuary. McQuirter's new book, “Ageless Vegan: The Secret to Living a Long and Healthy Plant-Based Life ...

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What to Cook This Week - New York Times
18 Feb 2018


New York Times

What to Cook This Week
New York Times
Good morning. Tejal Rao has a nice column in The Times today about Pierre Thiam, an American chef from Senegal who champions the ancient grain called fonio, a kind of millet with tiny grains and a nutty scent. On his website, Thiam calls fonio an ...


Two award-winning chefs unfold the black culinary experience in a cookbook - NBCNews.com
13 Feb 2018


NBCNews.com

Two award-winning chefs unfold the black culinary experience in a cookbook
NBCNews.com
On a mission to elevate the conversation about the black culinary experience and share recipes and culture of the vast African diaspora, restaurateur Alexander Smalls has joined forces with award-winning chef Joseph “JJ” Johnson. The duos' new book ...


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