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Tatale (Ghana Spicy Plantain Fritters) from Food.com: From "Aromas from Ghana Cookbook" by Cynthia Agbozo. These fritters are spiked with ginger, red onion and Scotch Bonnet Chilies. They can be served with peanuts as a snack or along side an african stew.

Titale (Ghana Spicy Plantain Fritters)

Tatale (Ghana Spicy Plantain Fritters) from Food.com: From "Aromas from Ghana Cookbook" by Cynthia Agbozo. These fritters are spiked with ginger, red onion and Scotch Bonnet Chilies. They can be served with peanuts as a snack or along side an african stew.

Barbara Nekis ~ African fashion, Ankara, kitenge, Kente, African prints, Braids, Asoebi, Gele, Nigerian wedding, Ghanaian fashion, African wedding ~DKK

Barbara Nekis ~ African fashion, Ankara, kitenge, Kente, African prints, Braids, Asoebi, Gele, Nigerian wedding, Ghanaian fashion, African wedding ~DKK

Africa | Hairpins.  The one on the left is from the Lobi people of Burkina Faso and it is bronze.  The one on the right is from the Ashanti people of Ghana. Again in Bronze | ©Eva Baby

Africa | Hairpins. The one on the left is from the Lobi people of Burkina Faso and it is bronze. The one on the right is from the Ashanti people of Ghana. Again in Bronze | ©Eva Baby

‘Life is Art, Live Yours in Colour’  Adut Akech and Nyaueth Riam by Harley Weir for i-D Magazine Summer 2017

‘Life is Art, Live Yours in Colour’ Adut Akech and Nyaueth Riam by Harley Weir for i-D Magazine Summer 2017

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