While I’m “in” Guinea on the trek, it’s a great opportunity to cook some of my favorites so far.Continue reading “Virtual African Loop: Revisiting in the Kitchen”
I didn’t find a dinner recipe I wanted to make for this one. But then, that might partially be because I’m all chicken- or beef- stewed out.Continue reading “Virtual African Loop: Sierra Leone II”
I have to admit, although Poulet Yassa is a traditional Guinean dish, I love the Senegalese version from Panning The Globe so much that I can’t bring myself to try a different one.
In fact, (1) I’ve already made that version again YUM! and (2) I’ll be trying other recipes from their site as I continue my trek, as well as leveraging a selection of cookbooks and other sites along the way.Continue reading “Virtual African Loop: Kansiyé”
It’s not often that I want cookies anyway. Even less so that I want ginger snaps. But every so often, the heart wants what it wants.
The grocery delivery near me carries ginger snaps. Not brands I know, but ginger snaps even so. And I got some. And they were… okay.Continue reading “Trying to redeem the cookie fail”
It turns out that poulet yassa is a traditional dish in both Senegal and Guinea, helping me catch up on the culinary aspect of my misadventures.
I decided to work from this version, though I also found a Guinean recipe that I decided I could also try if this one seemed promising but wasn’t quite the thing.Continue reading “Virtual African Loop: Chicken Yassa”
As I continue my virtual trek around the continent of Africa, I have enjoyed trying to bring it to life, a bit.Continue reading “Virtual mission impossible: Western Sahara-inspired meal”
Aside from the day I couldn’t bear to be on the bus and thus tried to sleep the whole day (alas, missing lovely views of the Irish countryside) I had a delightful time on my tour of Ireland.Continue reading “Recalling Ireland”