Ghanaian Food
Tuo Zaafi

Ghanaian Foods In Focus: Tuo Zaafi (Recipe Included)

Ghana is a land of diversity, filled with different people of different ethnicity, who all have their unique languages, clothing and even foods they eat. In the last couple of decades, cultures have diversified in Ghana, exchanges between ethnic groups have taken place. For instance people of Southern Ghana, mostly the Akans, Gas and Ewes...Read More
Kenkey Fest

Kenkey Fest: Four Years of Celebrating One of Ghana’s Rich Foods

In 2016, the idea of celebrating Kenkey, one of Ghana’s most popular foods was first conceived by a group of young men, notable among them being Mr. Manuel NII Mantey Mansah, Mustapha NII okai Inusah, popularly known as Nii Attractive Mustapha, Abena Magis, Sabtiya Abubakar, Namerl Tagoe , Yvonne Bannerman-Williams and others. In that same...Read More
Kontomire Stew

How to prepare Kontomire Stew the local way

Kontomire Stew, prepared with Kontomire (cocoyam leaves) is one of Ghana’s favourite local stews enjoyed by many Ghanaian households especially in the Akan communities where the stew originated from. Over the years restaurants have adopted it, made some slight changes to it and added it to their menu. But largely the local and traditional Kontomire...Read More
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