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"My Cooking" West-African Cookbook

"My Cooking" West-African Cookbook

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Rating: 5 stars
Summary: Good recipes
Review: I love the presentation of the recipes and dishes in this book of traditional african cuisine. I am an Igbo woman who was born in the U.S. and I wanted a book to guide me in making some of my favorite dishes from childhood. Food has a healing, therapeutic lulling quality to it and there is just nothing like HOME COOKIN... This is IT for me! Thank you Miss Dokpe for your excellent work!

Rating: 5 stars
Summary: This book is excellent. It is very easy to use
Review: My cooking. The West African Cookbook is one of the few African Cookbook availlable on line. I was able to obtain one for myself after I saw one with my friend. I have since been using the book and it is amazing how easy it is to use the book. Perhaps the most amazing thing about this book is it authenticity. It is pure African. There are several ways to cook BLACK-EYED PEA and they are delicious.The Coconut rice and the Fried plantain are good together. This coming Xmas I am going to buy some for my friends as gifts. I think anyone who has a taste for African food should have a copy of this book.

Rating: 4 stars
Summary: Well-balanced guide to West African food
Review: Those of us who hanker after the authentic African taste we grew up with will be pleased with the recipes in the book. Although some of the recipes are labelled with slightly different names, and they may not be just as we knew them, the taste will take you back to good times of street food and full stomachs. The only better African cookbooks I know are "Wild Boar on the Kitchen Floor" and the "Crocodile Cookbook". I think they're both out of print.

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