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African Culinary Scene And Your Ticket Price

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Thu, 2015-08-27 17:26
An African Supperclub

The food and drink scene is constantly evolving with a relentless flow of new trends emerging, and the public embracing even the craziest of foodie fads. Mainly washed down with alcohol. Today this current generation spends more time and money dining out, treating food and drink as more of an experience than simply fuel to get you through the day. As this demand for food and drink experiences increases, so does the opportunity for passionate cooks at home, restaurants and supperclubs.

Modern Cooking And Some Helpful Hints

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Thu, 2014-10-30 09:15
cutting chicken

Imagine cooking all day every day, this being a chore not a pleasure well in Africa most people still cook on open fires from early in the morning and it is festivals for the chief or other important guests (special occasions like weddings or religious festivals) which include an extensive variety of food. Cooking in general is very simple for the poor while cooks for the rich can be extravagant.

Kitchen, Autumn and Winter Collection 2014

Submitted by West Africa Cooks on Mon, 2014-10-20 09:55
african tuna

Gathering your loved ones around the kitchen table is one of life's great pleasures. Family kitchens are the hub of the home for the African middle-class as tradition see mothers take to make the most use of this room. As in America and Europe cooking is increasingly perceived as creative and a fun social activity instead of work. We now love our cooking, baking and dinner parties. Now you have made a home for yourselves it's time to make spending time in the kitchen a pleasure not a chore with the best appliances.

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