Category: Food

  • Mary Kukua Anderson: Ghanaian mom’s home cooking takes Wales by storm

    Mary Kukua Anderson: Ghanaian mom’s home cooking takes Wales by storm

    Mary Kukua Anderson, a Ghanaian mother, has taken her love for traditional Ghanaian cuisine to the streets of Wales through her home-based food business. Following the birth of her son, Mary decided to pursue a more flexible career path. “Since becoming a mother to my son Ronen, I realized the challenges of returning to a…

  • West Africa’s Michelin-starred cuisine wows London

    West Africa’s Michelin-starred cuisine wows London

    London’s culinary scene is being taken by storm by West African cuisine as two restaurants, Akoko and Chishuru, have recently been awarded the prestigious Michelin star. Akoko, in central London, stands out with its tender, buttery, and spicy cow tongue dish that is served with a creamy bone marrow emulsion. The chef, Ayo Adeyemi, is…

  • Do you even care about where your food comes from?

    Do you even care about where your food comes from?

    Concerns about the safety of the food we consume are on the rise, with issues regarding the use of agrochemicals and their impact on our health and the environment gaining more attention. Recent findings from the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP, 2022) reveal that approximately 385 million cases of pesticide poisoning occur annually, leading to…

  • What is on the McDonald’s vegetarian and vegan menu?

    What is on the McDonald’s vegetarian and vegan menu?

    McDonald’s is well-known for its beef and chicken-based menu items, but did you know they also offer a variety of options for vegetarians and vegans as well? For fast food fans who prefer to stick to a plant-based diet, there are several options available at Maccies, allowing everyone to enjoy a meal without compromising their…

  • Why Ghanaian Jollof will always surpass Nigerian Jollof

    Why Ghanaian Jollof will always surpass Nigerian Jollof

    The fight for Jollof rice rights will never end. Whereas yesterday I got the ultimate proof that neither Ghanaians nor Nigerians did invent the Jollof rice, this doesn’t mean that the actual originators are the best at cooking it. The info I got ultimately claims that the Wolof people of from Senegal/Gambia originated the meal;…