Entries by Joella Eve

Cameroon – Kokono Soup With Plantains

Kokono soup with plantains has a special entity in that it talks about the history of the Kokono people which is a village. The cooking of this meal is like a form of initiation the new born adults in the culture of the Kokono. Kokono soup with plantains tradition comes from the Akonolinga inhabitants in Cameroon.

Cameroon – Hot Taper Taper With Pork

Hot taper taper comes about from the hot environment of the city of Douala. In the Nord regions in Cameroon it is typically known for its hot environment, that’s why it is called hot taper taper with cork.

Cameroon – Ista Meat Pie With Beignet Farine

Ista meat pie with beignet farine is a meal eaten during an occasion, mostly a short party between organized among close relatives. Ista meat pie is the name given because it has to do with so many combinations of various types of meat. This dish is a meal that is being eaten during ceremonies in the Metropolitan city of Yaounde, Cameroon.

Cameroon – Yam Tubers With Green Vegetable Leaves

Yam tubers with green vegetable leaves is a common meal in Cameroon. It is a common meal in that it tells the story of a people that live by Divine Instructions, tilting the soil. The people that eat this food do not care much about the taste but the wellbeing it offers them after they eat this food. This is story of the people of Nanga-Ebogo in Cameroon.

Cameroon – Djombo Vegetables Sauce

Djombo vegetables sauce is a local cuisine that has taken the name of a locality being called Djombo. The name Djombo is as result of the djombo vegetable plant that is found in Djombo. Djombo sauce comes from a locality found in the Nkambe region, in the sub division of Ngokentujia in Cameroon.

Cameroon – Nsanka Corn Soup With Sugar

Corn soup with sugar is a local cuisine that is made up of fresh corn, ngweng leaves, also known as cassava leaves and sugar. Nsanka corn soup with sugar is a local cuisine prepared by the people of the centre region, precisely the Ewondos in Cameroon.

Cameroon – Mbagogo Fish

In the case of this fish, the Mbagogo fish that is being breed up locally is very good for the human body. The specificity of this fish is that it is very sweat in the mouth as it has the taste of soft meat due to the thickness of its layers. The Mbagogo fish comes from the Mbungo town in Cameroon.

Cameroon – Roasted Fish With Mado’o

Roasted fish with mado’o is so much loved at the coastal part of Cameroon especially at Edea. In most spots, you can easily find places of roasted fish with mado’o when going out at night. Roasted fish fish with mado’o is prepared in the Coastal areas of Cameroon in snackbars, Inns and gathering.

Nkinsinjam, Northwest Cameroon – Corn Fufu With Tomatoes

The type of meal, I am about to teach here is mostly known as traditional meal. Traditional meal highly appreciated by the local people due to the fact that it is believed to natural and contains natural ingredients. In Kninsinjam, corn fufu with tomatoes is believed to be uniting the ancestral world and the world of the living.