Dr Pamela Adjua Sybil Greene, fondly known as Aunty Pam, was a scientist, nutritionist, home economist and freelance consultant in health communications. She had a wide range of experience as a teacher, trainer, curriculum material developer, administrator, research and programme/project developer and evaluator. Her work in information, education, communication and health science management covered the broad spectrum of health issues particularly with the health of women, adolescent and children.
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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.
Foods and Dishes for Wake-Keeping
Above Plantain as a finger food at a Wake
Funerals in West Africa have become a party celebration, the family is expected to serve refreshment to the sympathizers after the funeral service as a way of appreciating these people for being with them in their moment of grief. It is very common to see people eating and drinking at these funerals you would think they were having parties. Some would even pack some food and drinks in plastic bags and take them home for their children or relatives.