AFRICAN AND CARIBBEAN
MULTI HERITAGE COOKBOOK
AFRICAN AND CARIBBEAN COOKBOOK 2
A COMMUNITY COOKBOOK OF WORTH!
The Multi Heritage Community Interest Company Cookbook Project was set up with the following criteria:
To raise the profile of the African and Caribbean people in the UK
To raise the post-secondary academic standard of African and Caribbean children in the UK
African and Caribbean children go to Oxford, Cambridge and London Universities
To pay for 2 years A-Level studies in an Independent school
To pay for after school tutoring for those that want to remain in State schools
Tales & Recipes from the Motherland Book 2 captures the spices and flavours of African and Caribbean dishes. Parents in the UK have linked their favourite foods with happy memories of life back home in Africa or Caribbean Islands. Each recipe contains pictures with a step-by-step guide and a tale that explains the essence of the dish!
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Mrs Carol Allen, Mr Emmanuel Amadi, Mrs Michele Balach-Ali, Mrs Folasade Bamgbala, Mrs Juliette Dickson, Mrs Aderonke Fadayiro
Mrs Pauline Garriques, Mrs Charmaine Gonera, Mrs Wema Grant, Ms Stella Idehen, Chief Matthew Iria, Mrs Hannah Jolaoso
Mrs Deborah Joseph-Edoyobi, Mrs Sissi Lungwa, Mrs Lilian Martins, Ms Lola MK, Mrs Maryam Muazu, Mrs Gertrude Chulu Nyoni
Mrs Mary Bolanle Odoi, Mrs Adesuwa Omoregie Ogie, Mrs Omosefe Ohirein, Mrs Marie-Rose Omokhodion,Mr Opoku Opare
Mr John OQuaye, Mrs Laurel Oronsaye, Mr Philip Otubanjo, Mrs Bibi Owusu-Shadbolt, Mrs Abiola Reis, Mrs Modupe Olanibi Robinson
Mrs Yemisi Siwoku, Mrs Valerie Taiwo, Ms Fay Taylor, Mrs Regina Tributh, Mrs Catherine Ward
We hope you will enjoy cooking and sampling these different recipes from Parents living in the UK who link their favourite foods with happy memories of life back home in Africa or Caribbean Islands.
Tales & Recipes from the Motherland Book 2 captures the spices and flavours of African and Caribbean dishes. Each recipe contains pictures with a step-by-step guide and you can have a go at preparing ETO from Ghana, Poisson Braisé from Ivory Coast, Dutty Girl from Jamaica, Nigerian Banga Soup, Fumbia from DR Congo, Saturday Soup from Barbados, Rice with Peanut Butter from Zimbabwe, Cameroon Pepper Soup or a typical Zambia family meal.
Ingredients are sold in African, Caribbean and some Asian food shops and many in supermarkets.
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