Be aware: the following article might trigger the urge to take a trip to an African country or better yet, go running to your African neighbour for some yummy treats! It was not easy to narrow this list down to 10 dishes but here it is. Photo by Magda Ehlers on Pexels.com 1. Thiéboudiène My… Continue reading My top 10 African dishes
They are called Fulani, Fulbé, Peuhl and are a proud nomad people. Experienced breeders and travelers, they are scattered in different tribes and countries in West Africa, each with their own aadaaji (i.e. customs, traditions in Fulah). As a Fulani, here are the lessons I think this culture taught me. 1. Be proud of who… Continue reading 6 Lessons to learn from Fulani people
My music tastes are very eclectic. So is my motivational playlist. Here is a sample of songs that keep my spirit high. Enjoy!
Aada means tradition, custom in Fulah which is a West African dialect spoken in Mali, Senegal, Guinea, Mauritania, Cameroon, Nigeria with some variations. I really like the idea of passing on stories from generation to generation, from mouth to ear and nowadays from one side of the planet to the other. The idea that technologies… Continue reading What is Aada?