Are you hungry? Do you prefer sweet or salty? Never mind, Maison Mandjou has everything that you need! If you live in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, and wonder what you could have for lunch or diner next week, do not waver any longer, and take your car to go and discover the cooking cocoon which was thought and imagined by its founder Ahoua Touré. Set up … Continue reading Welcome to Maison Mandjou !
The modern era and all the technical progress that comes with it sometimes provides this paradoxical effect to make us be craving for more tradition and simplicity, as a return to the old times where smart phones did not exist, which was not preventing our ancestors and the former generations to find joy and happiness. Some feelings the new technologies do not always concretize by … Continue reading Yswara, an invitation to African tradition and refinement
In a couple of days, we will bid farewell to 2020, a sullen year most people are happy to leave due to the sanitary crisis and the heavy damage that it caused all over the world. We are now going to celebrate 2021, hoping that it will be a better year, which is not that difficult, filled up with more good news and the promise … Continue reading Holidays & New Year’s Eve dinners: it is time to tickle your taste buds!
Skip the store—this recipe is so much better. Pastry Chef Mame Sow draws her inspiration from seasonal ingredients, spices, colours and the juxtaposition of the sweet and the savoury. Spending her first eleven years in Dakar, Senegal, she is a graduate of New York’s own Park West High School where she studied under CCAP and ultimately garnered a scholarship to the celebrated French Culinary Institute. … Continue reading CHOCOLATE CONGO BAR BROWNIE RECIPE