Taste Aroma

When a product makes you look twice, widens your eyes, and peaks your cooking interest that's got to be a good thing, right? I stumbled upon Taste Aroma's products at the fruit and vegetable stall at the A&C Mall. The packaging caught my eye and I definitely looked twice, picked it up and thought wow,… Continue reading Taste Aroma

Food Festivals and Markets

Vittles Food Festival July 2017

It was a foodie kind of weekend and a perfect way to end the month of July. The Vittles Food Festival for this quarter took place on the grounds of the Nubuke Foundation in East Legon from 28th to 30th July. I decided to go check it out with my girls on the Friday, hoping we… Continue reading Vittles Food Festival July 2017


Pimped up zucchini slice

I've been following Not Quite Nigella's blog probably since she first started blogging and really love how her blog has evolved from restaurant reviews, to travel reviews (she gets to stay in the most beautiful places!) and now developing and writing her own recipes. One of the recipes she recently shared on her blog was… Continue reading Pimped up zucchini slice

Businesses, Made in Ghana

Bean-to-bar chocolates blind tasting

Around a year and a half ago, a friend brought a chocolate brand to my attention by tagging me on their Instagram page. I must say that tag got me super excited! Any sort of food news is breaking news for me. A made in Ghana chocolate brand that looked amazing and was very different… Continue reading Bean-to-bar chocolates blind tasting


Homemade ricotta cheese

I've always purchased ricotta cheese in Ghana from either the supermarket or from Irene's Homemade Pasta but stumbled upon this super easy recipe from Not Quite Nigella and just had to give it a go! Miss (nearly) Four requested mummy's spinach and ricotta cannelloni for dinner tonight and I love it when she appreciates my… Continue reading Homemade ricotta cheese

Made in Ghana

Sankofa plantain chips

My long-awaited first post! Super excited (and slightly nervous) about this as it's taken me a little while to get this going since I'm still juggling being a cook, driver, butt wiper and everything else that involves being a stay-at-home-mum. I'm a huge supporter of local businesses and proud to buy 'Made in Ghana' goods so I… Continue reading Sankofa plantain chips