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cuisine nadia  A West Africa Food, Eating and Life Magazine

Saturday Night Out At The Nivla Restaurant

Submitted by Nadia on Mon, 2012-03-19 16:18
Nivla Restaurant

The Charity Dinner I attended on Saturday was a blast. A lot of money was raised for a worthy cause and I got to eat some African cuisine while enjoying myself, not bad at all for a Saturday night out.

I did not get a chance to talk to management as everyone was rushing around serving customers, taking orders and trying to maintain calm. So you guys will get to hear from the owners of Nivla Restaurant, Camberwell Road at a later date.

Reading The Palm Oil Stain And Eating At The Nivla Restaurant

Submitted by Nadia on Tue, 2012-03-13 21:45
Nivla Restaurant, The Palm Oil Stain, Melqosh Mission, Sierra Leone

As we start to settle ourselves into 2012, I cannot help but look back at how much has been achieved with westafricacooks. I have met a lot of inspiring people and hope to meet a lot more...alongside becoming a 'paid' African Food taster and critique. There are many who would like this job, but I am the one who gets to keep it!

During the next couple of months our readers can look forward to more restaurant reviews and interviews, a variety of recipe's, healthy tips to keep away Heart Disease and Diabetes and free copies of 'The Palm Oil Stain' to give away.

The Palm Oil Stain By Nadia Maddy Promoted By West Africa Cooks

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Sun, 2012-01-29 23:12
cuisine nadia palm oil

Congratulation Nadia on the launch of your book The Palm Oil Stain. The video of the launch party can be seen here.

The Palm Oil Stain Nadia Maddy is a story about atrocities in West Africa. The voice newspaper's Jacqueline Asafu-Adjaye who has worked in publishing and has many year knowledge about writing, books and African life interviewed Nadia about this story on Sierra Leone.

We wish you well and many book sales.

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