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Saint Martin/ Saint Maarten Cuisine

SAINT MARTIN/ SAINT MAARTEN CUISINE:

CULINARY STYLES FOOD: The French culture is so prevalent in St. Martin/St. Maarten that even the Dutch side of the island is over-saturated with French cuisine. Traditional French culinary items such as pastries, escargot, and foie gras are all available throughout the island, which makes it easy for vacationers […]

Western Sahara Cuisine

WESTERN SAHARA CUISINE:

Location of Western Sahara Western Saharan cuisine comprises the cuisine of Western Sahara, a disputed territory in the Maghreb region of North Africa, bordered by Morocco to the north, Algeria to the extreme northeast, Mauritania to the east and south, and the Atlantic Ocean to the west.

Food is primarily imported […]

Uganda Cuisine

UGANDA CUISINE:

Ugandan cuisine consists of traditional and modern cooking styles, practices, foods and dishes in Uganda, with English, Arab, Asian and especially Indian influences. Like the cuisines of most countries, it varies in complexity, from the most basic, a starchy filler with a sauce of beans or meat, to several-course meals served in […]

Nigeria Cuisine

NIGERIA CUISINE:

The cuisine of Nigeria has its roots in the ancient times when food was much related to art, traditions and culture. The earliest Nigerians were the Nok people and along the course of time suffered Portuguese invasions as well as British ones. Nigerians brought to America, influenced the cuisine in minor ways, […]

Republic Of The Congo Cuisine

REPUBLIC OF THE CONGO CUISINE:

OVERVIEW OF CONGOLESE CUISINE HISTORY: Congo, which is a poor place, situated in Central Africa, stretches from Tibesti mountains in the north to the vast rainforest basin of the Congo River, and has thereby been largely free of culinary influences of the outsider world, until the 19th century, with […]

Somalia Cuisine

SOMALIA CUISINE:

OVERVIEW OF SOMALI CUISINE HISTORY: Situated in eastern Africa, Somalia forms the cap of the Horn of Africa. Somalia has a nomadic culture where people are organized in clans. Somalia was a colony of England, France and Italy. In 1991 began a civil war between clans that lasted for 2 years and […]

Suriname Cuisine

SURINAME CUISINE:

The Republic of Suriname is in northern South America. It is bordered by Guyana, the North Atlantic Ocean, French Guiana and Brazil. Suriname cuisine is a blending of cultures because immigrants from all parts of the word brought with them their ethnic food customs. Cuisine in Suriname is born out of local […]

Samoa Cuisine

SAMOA CUISINE:

Samoan culture has a very long and complex history which includes great migratory movements, amazing feats and the whole history of its population. One of the most important aspects of the Samoan cuisine is represented by the fact that food is not heavily spiced as it is characterised by the use of […]

Ukraine Cuisine

UKRAINE CUISINE:

OVERVIEW OF UKRAINIAN CUISINE HISTORY: Ukrainian cooking uses black pepper, red pepper, salt, bay leaf, parsley and dill (usually in spring and summer), garlic and Onion. Staples include potatoes, cabbage, fish, Pork, Beef and Sausage. Ukrainian people eat many dishes made of Potato. During the Soviet era, there were chronic shortages of […]

South Africa Cuisine

SOUTH AFRICA CUISINE:

The cuisine of South Africa is sometimes called “rainbow cuisine”, as it has had a variety of multicultural sources and stages. The cuisine can be generalised as:

Cookery practiced by indigenous people of Africa such as the Sotho- and Nguni-speaking people. Cookery that emerged from several waves of colonialisation and immigration […]