Un salade ensoleillée qui se laisse facilement manger ! Les salades mauriciennes sont goûteuses et sont différentes des salades françaises. On n’aime bien les relever avec du piments, des oignons, de la coriandre fraîche etc. Ce type de salade notamment est faite pour être dégustée avec du pain ou même toute seule. Chez moi, par exemple, j’en fais des verrines que je sers à l’apéro … Continue reading FRENCH: « SALADE DU PÊCHEUR » OU ENCORE « SALADE POISSON », UNE SPÉCIALITÉ MAURICIENNE SAVOUREUSE ET SIMPLE À RÉALISER !
NOVEMBER 24, 2014 Once in a while, I think it’s necessary to take a step back from my little world of Tatashey and appreciate everyone else from those who have been in the game for a while, to those just starting out and everyone else in the middle. There are so many creative minds out there and everyone has a specialty – something that is … Continue reading 10 NIGERIAN FOOD BLOGGERS I LOVE
Solomon Mulugeta Kassa is the producer and host of TechTalk with Solomon television show on Ethiopia Broadcasting Services (EBS). He is the recipient of the 2016 Society of Ethiopians Established in the Diaspora (SEED) award in recognition for his extraordinary commitment to teaching science and technology for millions in his native language Amharic. He also currently works as a Senior Technology Consultant at a Fortune … Continue reading TechTalk with Solomon
Nanburu ingredients Rice flour 500g Baobab 800g Sugar 250g Nutmeg Add water to baobab and leave for 2 to 3 hours. Damp rice flour with water. Roll and roll with fingers to form equal pellets. Sift baobab add sugar and nutmeg. Steam rice pellets until soft and cooked. Add to baobab and mix. Continue reading… Continue reading Nanburu
Almost every single day there’s a startup enterprise coming out of Africa. Within the many African businesses, there are some worth highlighting and shedding light on. The following is one that uses an innovative voucher system to carry out agricultural projects in African countries. Seekewa is an online platform that allows internet users and companies to financially support small farmers in African countries via voucher … Continue reading Seekewa Uses Vouchers To Support African Farm Projects
When I stumbled on WE_ Africa magazine, Ulrike Reinhard made me realize that I had left a whole continent out of the 10 Do’s and Don’ts equation. I asked her to help me remedy to that. Today you see the first instalment with Mac-Jordan D. Degadjor guide to Accra, Ghana. 10 Do’s & Don’ts of AccraAre you coming to Ghana’s capital city of Accra for the first time? There … Continue reading Serge the Concierge: 10 Do’s & Don’ts of Accra, Ghana.
Hello Foodies!! I hope you have been good, because I have been! I recently leveled up by making design cakes for birthdays! Cool right? Okay let us not boast about it too much, there have only been two cakes so far, but to me it is amazing!! I appreciate that those two people put their trust in me… Or at least were courageous enough to … Continue reading Enjoying the humble beginnings…😀😀