Zoe's Ghana Kitchen

An Introduction to New African Cuisine – From Ghana With Love
by Zoe Adjonyoh

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A NEW YORK TIMES BEST COOKBOOK OF THE YEAR

Remix classic Ghanaian dishes for the modern kitchen in a cookbook that is "bright, bold, and bursting with flavor" (Bryant Terry) and “provides a new perspective and a sense of wonder for Ghanaian cooking” (Sicily Sierra) 

 
Celebrated cook and writer Zoe Adjonyoh passionately...
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Published By Voracious

Format Hardback

Category

Number Of Pages 256

Publication Date 10/19/2021

ISBN 9780316335034

Dimensions 7.7 inches x 9.9 inches


Writer, chef, and founder of online spice shop Zoe’s Ghana Kitchen, Adjonyoh puts the power of food preparation, ingredients, and profit back into the hands of the people as she works to decolonize the spice trade in Africa and support Black-owned businesses... Showcasing the variety, creativity, and flexibility that Ghanaian cuisine has to offer food culture worldwide, Adjonyoh is sure to keep readers in the kitchen and at the table.

— Booklist Starred Review

"The perfect companion for home cooks eager to get to know bright, flavorful dishes like Jollof Fried Chicken, Peanut Butter Stew with Lamb (Nkatsenkwan) and even her "Ghana-fied" Caesar Salad."
— Food & Wine

"Adjonyoh celebrates the march into an African food revolution with easy to follow recipes."
— Essence

"A book for busy home cooks..."
— Food52

“…an opportunity to revisit Ghanaian cuisine with more confidence, and knowledge of food, flavour and the process of cooking.”
— The National Post

"a love letter to Ghana that will show you how wonderfully versatile West African flavors can be."
— Bookriot

"Not only is this book full of mouthwatering recipes, it also features beautiful, colorful photos that make it equally interesting as a coffee table book to browse for the images alone. Buy this for the person on your list who would appreciate a cookbook that doubles as a piece of art!"
— Autostraddle.com