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Writing, Publishing And African Cook Books

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Mon, 2016-05-09 10:57
African Cook Book

Thinking about writing a cook book which covers cooking from Africa? Well here is our glossary of terms to help you out. Like many industries it can take you some time to understand what people are talking about. Here we aim to give you some insight into the language used so you don't look a complete dumbo on your first meeting with an agent or publisher.

Top Ten Tips To Win The Big Book Prize

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Sat, 2016-05-07 17:45
African Cuisine Competition 2016

Do not summit your entry until you have read this blog post. Here we offer you tips, tricks and ideas to boost your chances of winning this competition. With the prize of a feature in red magazine a book deal with HarperCollins and £10,000 at stake it is worthwhile thinking about what is required to win. See Red competition page if you have not done so.

Read How To Win A Cookbook Deal, £10,000 And Recipe Feature In Red

The Groundnut Cookbook

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Mon, 2015-07-13 16:12
The Groundnut Cookbook

Reviewing The Groundnut Cookbook a contemporary African cookbook from the foodie trio behind the current pop-up banquet supperclub craze.

Not most familiar with West African cuisine? What about the cooking of East African cuisine? Baffled at why African food doesn't sit along site Chinese or Italian, and to why there are so few cook books in the shops and libraries? Well The Groundnut Cookbook published by Michael Joseph in the UK on the 2nd July 2015 is now available to order for yourself.

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