Hello dear readers!!
I have truly missed you. Have you? **everybody said "Yes, Sasi!!!"** I know, I know...
First my husband got sick with a bad case of flu for almost a full week and the week after, I was down with the same exact illness. So it's been a little crazy.
I am feeling much better now, except for this very annoying nasal congestion that gets worse at night.
I hope to be able to share a few pictures/recipes in the next couple of days. I really prefer posting detailed recipes in response to demand so if there is something you would like me to explain, please feel free to ask in the comments section.
Otherwise, I'd rather share food pictures and tell a little bit of the story behind the particular dish, enjoying the "spirit of the food", rather than the technicalities of step-by-step recipes...
Thus said, I will be posting the recipe for cameroonian fishrolls very soon, as I am making a big batch today, as a few of you have asked me to. But for now let's all enjoy this picture of a dish which is a staple in our house. For those of you who are not familiar, it is called Eru (made from Eru leaves also known as Okazi leaves in Nigeria and Mfumbwa in Congo), originally from Cameroon, served here with Oat Fufu.
I'll soon share more details on Eru.