Whether you have heard of Teqball or not, it seems to be here to stay. This 6-year-old, toddler of a sport is alive, healthy and invading new territories, even here in Africa. Teqball was invented (Started? Or… kicked off? Noooo? Too punny?) launched in Hungary by three football enthusiasts: Gábor Borsányi, Gyuri Gattyán, and Viktor Huszár. A former football player, a Hungarian businessman, and a computer scientist. Respectively.
Recipes from African cultures are hardly ever found in those fancy Cooking Books you snatched off Amazon. Unless the book was specifically written with African taste buds in mind. Luckily for you, this blog has a nice, cold, traditional, African beverage worth trying.
When my heading said, “How to cook your rice the African way” I’m specifically talking about West Africa. Those brothers and sisters of mine up there, really know how to do rice properly. Think; Mali, Ghana, Senegal, Nigeria, and Cameroon. If by now you have not yet tried jollof rice, then you’re in for a treat…
It would seem that YouTube now knows how much I love mangoes! I was doing some un-mango related research for my next blog post and Sevana’s hot new music video popped onto my recommendations. I dropped everything and smashed the play-button! After watching the amazingly done and literally juicy video I was left with five burning questions.