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13 thoughts on “ Zoe's Ghana Kitchen

  1. says:

    My husband is from Ghana and he and I agree, that this is the best Ghanaian cookbook we've found. There are many beautifully colored images and a great variety of commonly enjoyed foods!

  2. says:

    I have found Zoe's Ghana Kitchen to be the most engaging cookbook I have read, and now used, in a decades. It's full of great Ghanian recipes, every possible course, with some western influences appetizing photos and 'Zoe's story' just wonderful.
    It is a thorough guide to modern Ghanian cooking, including sourcing recommendatio

  3. says:

    WAY too spicy for my hubby, but I'm enjoying the heat surprisingly as I've never gotten into hot peppers very much. The recipes are easy to modify for those less adventurous with the heat. Delicious recipes and so enjoying different flavors I've never had before.

  4. says:

    Over the last couple of years I’ve been exploring western African dishes and the impact it has in other food cultures. I highlight

  5. says:

    It feels like Zoe is talking right to you as she leads you through snippets of Ghanaian culture and also through

  6. says:

    Tasty adventure

  7. says:

    I will be cooking a varity of these meals. The recipes are eary to follow. The display of the foods are very inviting. I am sure my grandson w

  8. says:

    I love this book. In fact, i ordered two. It is beautifully written, easy to use, and very interesting.

  9. says:

    This is a gorgeous book.

    The hardback cover is textured and thoughtfully designed, as are the pages denoting a new section where there a

  10. says:

    as a Ghanaian myself I was curious about this book and its authenticity, so bought and sent it to a very discerning customer, my sister, who LOVED it. A lot of the food we are familiar with but have not had a chance to sample in quite a while, so it was good to see it featured in this book. My sister has spent the last few days reading through it like a novel and we intend to visit Zoe's pop up restaurant as soon as is humanly pos

  11. says:

    This is such a fantastic book, from the delicious recipes to the beautiful story of the author finding her way through culinary travels to the land of her father, it was an absolute treat. Its so informative with the description of the West African vegetables, spices and peppers etc and also stockist information, so useful. Its a must have for anyone from an Afro Caribbean background but really useful and a great read for everyo

  12. says:

    My Mum is Ghanain and I bought this for her birthday after seeing Zoe on Sunday Brunch.

    Whilst recognising or being familiar with some of the recipes, it’s safe to say this is much than s cook book and my Mum has truly enjoyed reading it and reviewing the images. Well worth purchasing, as my Mum is very happy and gives me regular updates.

  13. says:

    Loveeee this book so much. I’m Ghanaian and my Welsh husband has used it to cook food so authentic and exquisite that visiting Ghanaian family thought he ordered it from a Ghana restaurant! Have bought several copies for others and gutted it’s out of stock.

    The story woven throughout is beautiful and