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Zoe Adjonyoh

Zoe Adjonyoh is an African spice queen, chef, writer and speaker based between London and New York City. Her cookbook, "Zoe's Ghana Kitchen," a love letter to Ghana, is out now. Follow her @zoeadjonyoh @ghanakitchen.

Zoe Adjonyoh is an African spice queen, chef, writer and speaker based between London and New York City. Her cookbook, "Zoe's Ghana Kitchen," a love letter to Ghana, is out now. Follow her @zoeadjonyoh @ghanakitchen.

Latest from Zoe Adjonyoh

131d ago

Puff Puff

Puff puff is the famous West African doughnut, a popular street food that comes wrapped in newspaper.
157d ago

What are grains of Selim? Everything you need to know about this versatile spice

Move over, black pepper: This spice is here to add robust flavor to stews, sauces, rubs and drinks.
157d ago

Nkatsenkwan (Groundnut Stew with Lamb)

Creamy peanut butter adds body and depth of flavor to this spiced Ghanaian lamb stew.
157d ago

Guinea Pepper and Ginger Tea

The bitterness of the grains of Selim gives this simple spiced tea a nice balance along with ginger and cloves.
319d ago

How to cook with black-eyed peas, the soul food staple

Around the world, black-eyed peas have long been associated with good luck.
319d ago

Red Red Vegan Bean Stew

This stew of black-eyed peas cooked in a gently spiced tomato sauce is a great vegan dish eaten all day long in Ghana.
341d ago

What is hibiscus? How to use this tart flower in your food and drinks

Drinks made from the deep magenta-colored calyces of the roselle flower — from sorrel to agua de Jamaica — are popular all around the world.
341d ago

Sobolo (Sorrel Juice)

This is an incredibly refreshing drink made from the vibrant dried flowers of the red sorrel plant.
377d ago

Lamb Palaver

Serve slow-cooked lamb and spinach stew with West African spices for a comforting dinner.
378d ago

What is agushi? This West African staple adds richness to soups and stews

A staple in many parts of West Africa, agushi is typically dried and coarsely ground into a flour and used to thicken a variety of soups and stews.
384d ago

What is prekese? This ingredient will bring the funk to your soups and stews

When used as cooking spice, it adds a slightly sweet yet stringent flavor that imbues dishes and drinks with a fragrant, sugary aroma.