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    atakilt wat: turmeric-spiced potatoes, carrots & cabbage

    Sunday was Mother’s Day.?And because my mom isn’t around anymore, I couldn’t make her a meal or call her on the phone. But I pulled out a tablecloth that I had picked up when I was visiting with my dad…

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    red hands alert: carrot & beet salad with harissa, currants & mint

    Farmer’s markets are in full swing still and last Wednesday I picked up some beets, carrots, garlic and mint. At the time of purchase, I wasn’t envisioning a meal that would use everything I bought, but somehow everything came together?and…

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    west african groundnut stew

    Vancouver is going through a cold spell and when I stepped outside today, the frost on the ground?was thick and full of sparkles. It’s the kind of cold where you can see your breath and I’m amazed that there isn’t…

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    off the cuff: my african-inspired chicken stew

    I wanted to make an African-style meal that had a bit of spice, a bit of sweetness and a bit of sour. I looked through my cookbooks and I spent a few runs through Google typing in various ingredients, but my search was fruitless. So I decided to tackle dinner on my own. The end results were fantastic and it was a perfect meal for a chilly evening.

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    thanksgiving: african yam & peanut soup

    Last night I had a few friends over for a Thanksgiving meal. It was potluck and there were a couple of vegans there, so I figured I’d wait before making my ham in coca-cola recipe. Everyone brought loads of food…

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