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Shhh...Cheryl's Secret Recipes By Cheryl Vartanian
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Learn the secrets of preparing savory American and Ethnic cuisine.
African Cooking Yoruba Style By The Quinn & Quinn Co.
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If you haven't yet tasted Nigerian cuisine then here is a description of what awaits you. The aroma is what greets you first. Thick, rich heavily spiced stew. Snowy white pounded yams. Rich dark... More > green vegetables and more. Your recipe collection will never be the same again. Come! Discover the rich flavors in the Nigerian Cuisine of the African West Coast! These recipes are a compilation of the cuisine my mother cooked during our time of living in Nigeria. These are the flavors of my youth and my heritage and we decided to put them in a cookbook to preserve our history. Many of the recipes have Americanized counterparts in case ingredients are difficult to obtain. I hope you enjoy.< Less
The Congo Cookbook: African Recipes By Ed Gibbon
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African Recipes from The Congo Cookbook, www.congocookbook.com. Hundreds of recipes, from all over Africa. A partial recipe list: Chicken: Akoho sy Voanio, Ashanti Chicken, Chicken in Peanut-Tomato... More > Sauce, Doro Wat, Kuku Paka, Piri-Piri Chicken, Poulet Yassa; Fish: Dahomey Fish Stew, Dongo-Dongo, Grilled Tilapia, Mchuzi wa Samaki, Mulet Farci; Meat: Boko-Boko, Brochettes, Domoda, Mafé, Nyama Choma, Oluwombo, Sukuma Wiki; Rice: Benachin, Biriani, Jollof Rice, Riz Senegalais, Zanzibar Pilau; Soups & Stews: Afang Soup, Bunny Chow, Calalu, Groundnut Stew, Molokhia, Palm-Oil Chop, Pepper Soup, Plasas, South African Malay Curry, Superkanja; Sauces: Pili-Pili, Berberé, Egusi, Nyembwe; Staple Dishes: Banku, Chapati, Couscous, Fufu, Maize, Plantains; Vegetables: Adalu, Beans and Rice, Futari, Gari Foto, Irio, Kelewele, Koko na Nyama, Kosheri, Moroko Snacks: Akara, Coconut Pie, Congo Bars, Fritters, Fruit Salad; ... and many more!< Less
The Congo Cookbook: African Recipes By Ed Gibbon
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African Recipes from The Congo Cookbook, www.congocookbook.com. Hundreds of recipes, from all over Africa. A partial recipe list: Chicken: Akoho sy Voanio, Ashanti Chicken, Chicken in Peanut-Tomato... More > Sauce, Doro Wat, Kuku Paka, Piri-Piri Chicken, Poulet Yassa; Fish: Dahomey Fish Stew, Dongo-Dongo, Grilled Tilapia, Mchuzi wa Samaki, Mulet Farci; Meat: Boko-Boko, Brochettes, Domoda, Mafé, Nyama Choma, Oluwombo, Sukuma Wiki; Rice: Benachin, Biriani, Jollof Rice, Riz Senegalais, Zanzibar Pilau; Soups & Stews: Afang Soup, Bunny Chow, Calalu, Groundnut Stew, Molokhia, Palm-Oil Chop, Pepper Soup, Plasas, South African Malay Curry, Superkanja; Sauces: Pili-Pili, Berberé, Egusi, Nyembwe; Staple Dishes: Banku, Chapati, Couscous, Fufu, Maize, Plantains; Vegetables: Adalu, Beans and Rice, Futari, Gari Foto, Irio, Kelewele, Koko na Nyama, Kosheri, Moroko Snacks: Akara, Coconut Pie, Congo Bars, Fritters, Fruit Salad; ... and many more!< Less
Secret Chinese Recipes By Kuan Yin Ma
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During the 19th century, Cantonese restaurateurs developed American Chinese cuisine when they modified their food to suit a more Western palate. In the process, chefs invented dishes such as General... More > Tso's Chicken, and developed a style of Chinese food not found in China. Restaurants provided an ethnic niche for small businesses at a time when the Chinese people were excluded from most jobs in the wage economy by racial discrimination or lack of language fluency. American Chinese food typically treats vegetables as garnish while cuisines of China emphasize vegetables. This can be seen in the use of carrots and tomatoes. Native Chinese cuisine makes frequent use of Asian leafy vegetables like bok choy and kai-lan and puts a greater emphasis on fresh meat and seafood. This collection of “Secret Chinese Recipes From Chinatown” was given to me by an old cook in Chinatown who is a friend of the family. He was aware that I was going to share with the public.< Less