It is more than a place to store, prepare and cook food. Your kitchen is the place for parties and socialising for breakfast, lunch and dinners. It's one of the two hardest-working interiors in the home. The other being the bathroom. So this spring's question "Is it time for new cupboards, appliances and food preparation gadgets so you can make the most of your home kitchen?"
Muriel Emekunle Davies author of What's Cooking Today is a Black Hero in the Hall of Fame.
Muriel, former Home Economics Teacher, specialist in food and nutrition. Taught for 21 years at the Annie Walsh Memorial School. An examiner for many years for west African examination council (WAEC) in home Economics subjects.
Educated in Sierra Leone and Great Britain; has traveled extensively in Europe and America to gain more knowledge in cookery and to appreciate international cuisine.
Visit our West Africa Cooks Facebook page. Here you will find images of the recent event Let’s Nyam Words & Food which took place on November 1st 2013 in Brixton, London, United Kingdom.
African and Caribbean food
There was food from Sierra Leone (Moyi Moyi and Rice Akara), Uganda, Ghana (Red Red), Trinidad and Tobago, Grenada, Eritrea, Jamaica, Nigeria (Jollof Rice), Barbados and Somalia. Nadia Maddy represented the Sierra Leone people in the house.