Menu: Cameroon

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My husband about climbed the walls with excitement when he found out we were making Groudnut Croissants (well, there was a five second delay, until he realized that by "Groundnut Croissants" I meant croissants spread with ooey gooey peanut butter). Who wouldn't? Peanut butter rolled up into a steaming croissant? Yes please! Our Cameroonian menu represents a crossroads of cultures and traditions. With elements of West African and French cuisine, the simple recipes below are easy to prepare and … [Read more...]

About the Food of Cameroon

Photo courtesy of the CIA World Factbook

Wild bush meat and French pastries. If you're going to stereotype Cameroon, that's just about the best way to do it. This unusual food combination stems from Cameroon's origins, in 1961, when this African country formed from the union of two colonies, one British and one French. Like most coastal African countries, the people on the shore towns of Cameroon rely on fish, serving them up grilled, fried (recipe), steamed in banana leaves, or stewed with plantains, corn, yams, or beans on … [Read more...]