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For this week’s Photo Challenge, we are asked to focus on Dinner Time: share a meal with us, or shoot during your dinner hour.
The first photo is a traditional Ghanaian food that has become so popular even among other African Countries. I was introduced to this food by a Ghanaian friend who served it for dinner early in the year.
The second food is one that I love to eat occasionally. And the last but not the least food, is a sauce I enjoy eating with Rice.
Come with me to the dinner table. Bon Appetite! 🙂
*Traditional Ghana food – Banku with fish* Banku is an indigenous fermented meal of maize or cassava or a combination of both, commonly eaten in Ghana. It is a popular food that is eaten as a dumpling with soups, made from vegetables, meat or fish. This picture shows a meal of Banku eaten with fresh pepper (Chili) and fish.
*Pounded Yam and Vegetable Soup with Stew* This food is a popular traditional delicacy eaten by various tribes in Nigeria, West Africa. The soup is made with assorted meat, seafood and vegetables. Spinach and Lamb lettuce/Mache can be used in place of the traditional vegetables. I love this food.
*Beef and vegetable sauce* This is one of my ‘quick fix’ sauce served with rice. It’s fast and easy to cook. I love it with my fav long grain rice.
All photos were taken this year.
Peace and Love!