West Africa Cooks' Social Network
You can find West Africa Cooks' profile on some of the web's most popular social networks.
Become our friend, our fan, or subscribe to our feeds and you'll get the latest updates from West Africa Cooks without ever having to leave your favourite website.
West Africa Cooks Facebook Become a fan of West Africa Cooks and you'll add our updates to your news feed. We won’t spam you, just post the occasional interesting story or funny video.
Twitter Love it or hate it, Twitter is a communication tool that's here to stay. Follow what we're up to, subscribe to us or ask us a question.
YouTube A place to watch hours of footage of West African cooking, and also a great way to get expert tips advice via the medium of video.
Digg When we see an interesting story from the world of cooking we 'Digg' it, keeping the world up-to-date with the latest goings-on.
Delicious Everyone loves a bookmark, and now you can share yours with the Internet. This is where we highlight all the main pages you'll find on West Africa Cooks.
LinkedIn Connecting with other people in your world of cooking is a great way to build a network, so we've created a group where you can meet friends of west Africa cooking.
Flickr Pictures can say a thousand words and this is where you can find some images to inspire your love of cooking, including free downloadable wallpapers.