Cooking is like love. It should be entered into with abandon or not at all.Harriet Van Horne
African in heart and spirit, Middle Eastern by birth. Historically clueless at cooking, but recently converted to simple vegetarian cuisine. In the kitchen (and in life) more spontaneous than planned. It could get messy.
African in every aspect and a citizen of the world heart and soul. There is no better way to share the joy of life with others than through food. For me, the meltier the pot gets, the tastier it is, with a pinch of African and Mediterranean, and zest of Asian.
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