Bisqick Pan Gravy
adapted from Bisquick
Drippings from roast turkey or other cooked meat
2 tablespoons Original…
The things that we love tend to almost always be things the we least expected to love. You will learn the most interesting stories from the people you last think to ask. The tastiest foods are the ones that look the strangest. The most beautiful homes are those that contain their love not in their well-trimmed lawns, but within their walls.
Trust me, open your mind and your heart.
Moroccan Spiced Lentils
Can’t tell ya how much I miss DRC when I make cassava leaves. This is our EVERYDAY greens back home, and we eat it with just about anything. Even babies are encouraged to drink the sauce made from Pondu (cooked cassava).
It’s a very bitter leaf, but when cooked right (with brinjals, onions, stock, fish spice, salt, seasoning, pilchards/sardines, green pepper) it is sooooo good. Beware though, they really have to be cooked for HOURS because when eaten raw, it could be really dangerous!!
Vitamin A, B1, and C
Calcium, phosphorus, iron
leaves can cure:
rheumatism, headache, fever, fester, diarrheoa, worms and it can increase stamina.
Congolese people LIVE by this. How else do you think we are surviving during this never-ending civil war?!
African Food Porn Ooo
Zigni House - Eritean and East-African cuisine. Angel Islington - London UK
My boo boo chomping down on some nsenene (grasshoppers)
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