- I've been making #homemade #orange and #pistachio #TurkishDelight. I'm pretty happy with how it came out actually, tasty as hell that's forbsure #lokum #CookingFromScratch #MiddleEasternFood #OrangeBlossomWaterMaking #Christmas #fruit #MincePies to post to my Nan who's been hospital for months now. We're still having trpuble getting her to eat. I'm hoping these might tempt her into something that has minerals vitamins and fibre, and love ❤️ #GottaLoveYaNan #Homebaked #RHH #PeacockCentreGo me, I had #salad for dinner!
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I have been missing Africa lately. I was overjoyed when a friend of mine bought me some cassava flour; I knew I wanted to use it to make fufu. Fufu is the starch staple of large parts of Africa, but … Continue reading
Goat is the most common meat in the Congo. The infrastructure isn’t good enough to sustain big agribusiness, so the overwhelming majority of food is local grown and locally consumed. In Kinshasa, a popular pastime is to go out with … Continue reading
I spent my last two Christmases in the Democratic Republic of Congo. I had a wonderful Christmas at home this year. We had an incredible feast with cider glazed ham, stuffed turkey, potatoes roasted in duck fat, sweet roast pumpkin, green … Continue reading
The first time I went to the Democratic Republic of Congo, I stayed with a Law Professor from the University of Kinshasa. He also spent some time on staff at the University of Portland in the United States. The head … Continue reading