The Osu food walking tour was a major success! The group had a simply fantastic time from dining at the best waakye spot in Osu to sampling the incredible beans and gari (Gob3), experiencing new flavours of Levantine platters all the way to eating hot Ga Kenkey at the Osu Night Market.
The food walking tour will explore local and international cuisine on the Cantonments Road also popularly called Oxford Street. The walk ends finally at the Osu Night Market with charcoal grilled red snapper served with authentic cauldron-cooked rice, Ga Kenkey, Domedo and so much more than you’d ever think possible.
Coffee production startups are springing up in Ghana on a quiet but strong ascent with most of these businesses harvesting locally grown coffee in the chilly and cool green mountains of Akropong and some parts of the Volta Region of Ghana
What an incredibly fun time it was on Saturday! The food walking tour through Jamestown British Accra which I organised for my food blog and cooking class community was all kinds of liveliness with huge toppings of learning about the Ga food culture. Of course and naturally we ate our way from one stop to the other.
So I cooked Jollof in an unglazed clay pot the other day and invited a couple of friends over for a taste experience. Thanks to Lydia Forson's Instagram post which featured Abe nkwan boiling and roiling in clay pots over gas; my curiosity was highly piqued.
The 2nd International Wine Festival and Trade Show (IWFTS) by VinAfrica under the auspices of the Italian Embassy in Ghana held a press conference with invited bloggers, business persons and press to highlight the upcoming key trade, food and wine events.