Ghanaian Cooking at Its Best: 70 Recipes in Color from Ghana, Africa

Ghanaian Cooking at Its Best Recipes in Color from Ghana Africa Ghanaian authentic cuisine in its colorful spicy and delicious glory Authentic Ghanaian recipes and up to food related images in color Ghanaian Authentic Drinks and Smoothie Ginger drink Spicy

  • Title: Ghanaian Cooking at Its Best: 70 Recipes in Color from Ghana, Africa
  • Author: Sue Campbell
  • ISBN: 9780986279102
  • Page: 178
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ghanaian authentic cuisine in its colorful, spicy and delicious glory 70 Authentic Ghanaian recipes and up to 200 food related images in color Ghanaian Authentic Drinks and Smoothie Ginger drink Spicy tropical smoothie Appetizers Snacks e.g Achomo, and donuts Side dishes e.g Kelewele, Tatale, Kaklo and Ablongo Main course dishes e.g Ghanaian stews andGhanaian authentic cuisine in its colorful, spicy and delicious glory 70 Authentic Ghanaian recipes and up to 200 food related images in color Ghanaian Authentic Drinks and Smoothie Ginger drink Spicy tropical smoothie Appetizers Snacks e.g Achomo, and donuts Side dishes e.g Kelewele, Tatale, Kaklo and Ablongo Main course dishes e.g Ghanaian stews and soups and of course Jollof rice Desserts e.g Tropical fruit pie and quick cake desserts There are combinations of Ghanaian ingredients to create some amazing recipes Cassava Yucca pudding Gari pudding, Pineapple upside down spicy ginger cake on a bed of pineapple jam with cherries showered with shredded coconut flakes Delicious What a delight This cookbook uses 250mls cup measurement in most of its recipes for simplicity The cookbook is about Sue s interesting culinary family life from childhood to adulthood Sue is passionate about cooking and eating Ghanaian cuisine, but she could not find a cookbook that captured the Ghanaian cuisine as she would want presented She decided to write a Ghanaian cookbook to present her country s cuisine in the arty, edgy, spicy and delicious way it deserves Sue was born in Accra, the capital of Ghana, West Africa She is quadrilingual and speaks English, Fante, Ga, and Twi fluently She lived in London, United Kingdom and worked in Business Administration and the Fashion industry for many years She moved to the United States in 2005 and subsequently qualified as a Nurse She designs clothes for herself and enjoys life with fashion flair whenever she can She is a dedicated Smooth Jazz enthusiast and loves world music She enjoys gardening, the arts, and loves to travel Ghanaian cuisine is one of her many passions in life Join her on her journey of recreating some amazing and exciting Ghanaian recipes in the cookbook She has also evolved and revolutionized some Ghanaian ingredients to create some amazing recipes Enjoy

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