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fish batter
Precious Kitchen

AFRICAN FISH IN BATTER

Welcome to fish in batter African style! It is super crunchy on the outside, so tasty on the inside, savoury and just so good! ย This is a great snack, party food or picnic food. I went all the way back to my Food and Nutrition class in secondary school in […]

life in Africa
Precious Diary

THINGS I MISS ABOUT THE PAST

Yesterday, I remembered a particular song we literally murdered as kids when we sang it back in the day. Waaaaanderfool Chiso Saviour Wanderfool miracool Chiso Let us walk wit i Now it may interest you to know that this is what we were actually singing: Wonderful Jesus Saviour Wonderful miracle […]

Koki corn recipe
Precious Kitchen

KOKI CORN

Koki Corn aka Cameroonian fresh corn tamales for the win! One of the reasons why I’m totally in love with this season is the abundance of fresh corn in the grocery stores. And the fact that my favourite farmer’s market is opening soon! I can’t wait to enjoy all the […]

story about hell
Faith

THE STAR OF TOMORROW

He stood by the wall, where he saw his body lying lifeless on the hospital bed in the hospital situated under the foot of the mountain in Buea, Cameroon. His petite body was emaciated and stripped of the joie de vivre. One doctor and two nurses looked upon that once […]

how to grill plantains (1 of 1)
Precious Kitchen

HOW TO GRILL PLANTAINS

How to grill plantains, my friends! Because plantains are life! Plantains are a staple in Western Africa and Caribbean countries. For those who are not familiar with them, they are larger than bananas and normally not as smooth as bananas. They are loaded with nutrients especially when eaten unripe. But […]

Homemade suya spice
Precious Kitchen

HOMEMADE SUYA SPICE

Trust me when I say you need this homemade suya spice recipe in your life! Suya or soya is the quintessential West African street food that is made up of well-spiced grilled pieces of meat that are mostly placed on a skewer. In Nigeria, it is called suya, in Cameroon, […]