You might call it moi moi, mai mai, moyin moyin or moin moin. Or perhaps you know it as alele, olele, or bean pudding. Whatever the name, this is a unique and delicious classic Nigerian dish. Are you missing this food from your past, and wondering how to make it? Or do you just wonder […]
If you visited this website in the past, you will remember that the mission was to provide a listing of African restaurants and grocery stores around the world. We had quite an extensive listing! Now this mission is kind of obsolete. No one needs to go to a website to find this information, you just
You want your kosai, your akara, your moi moi to be smooth and perfect. But you don’t know how to peel black eyed peas without spending hours in the kitchen! Do you really need to get rid of every last peel? What is the best way to do it with the least amount of headache?
Are you wondering about all those strange roots and tubers that you see in the produce aisle? And some of them are labeled yam. Wait, what? Aren’t yams the things you eat on Thanksgiving? Yam in the United States is a misunderstood vegetable. Anyone who has lived in Africa knows that a sweet potato is
Small chops today are the delicious appetizers that are served at nearly every African party, wedding or food related event. Think of hors d’oeuvres, tapas, canapés, starters, meze or dim sum. How did small chops get their name and become the West African appetizer? And while we are talking about Chop, why is this web