a continent that encompasses coastland, desert and rainforest, you
would expect the cuisine to reflect the varied terrain. The foods
of Africa do, and Yinka's taste-tempting presentation covers a lot
You'll learn the reason behind the characteristically
slow perparation methods in Africa. Explore the varieties of grains
and rice, including Jollof Rice, the so-called "king of rice" that
dates back to the Mali Empire. Savor the spicy stews of West Africa.
Catch the French influence in the names of dishes. And finally, discover
why it is said that in Africa, a day without peppers is a sad day.
Like any good meal, the discussion of African cuisine wouldn't dare
leave out dessert and local brews.