Ghanaian Food Made Easy in New Book of Simple Recipes

Author Marian Shardow announces the release of recipe book, “A Taste of Hospitality”

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“A Taste of Hospitality” is a collection of Ghanaian recipes written clearly and concisely for cooks of all backgrounds, even amateurs, to understand and follow.

London, UK (PRWEB) September 19, 2012

In her book of recipes “A Taste of Hospitality”(published by Trafford Publishing), Marian Shardow shares some her favorite recipes from growing up in Ghana.

“A Taste of Hospitality” is a collection of Ghanaian recipes written clearly and concisely for cooks of all backgrounds, even amateurs, to understand and follow.

Shardow says all of the recipes can be prepared at any time of year. Some of the dishes readers will learn to prepare include:

  •     groundnut or peanut butter soup (nkatie wonu)
  •     ripe plantain and corn porridge (olor)
  •     fried fish (kenan)
  •     roasted cornmeal cakes (kaakro)
  •     palm oil stew
  •     roast pork (domedo)
  •     cassava cake (kokonte d’abam)
  •     palm wine bread
  •     azikoliko (friend yams or sweet potato with eggs)
  •     shitor (pepper sauce)

Shardow hopes readers enjoy exploring the exotic dishes, and that they get a sense of the Ghanaian hospitality that she is so proud of. She says, “In this day of diverse culture, people are more adventurous in tasting international cuisine.”

Proceeds from the sales of “A Taste of Hospitality” will be donated to charities helping widows and orphans.

About the Author
Marian Shardow, MHCIMA, lives and writes in London. She was born in Ghana where she attended the renowned Achimota School, and she later moved to London to attend Westminster College.

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