Where did Ghanaian plantain cakes derive from?

Answer Ghanaian plantain cakes, also known as "tatale," originated in the north African nation of Ghana. The small golden cakes are a staple in tropical countries where plantains are plentiful. A plantain... Read More »

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What foods from Spain derive from Arabic, Jewish and Berber culture?

OK. The use of olive oil which is the foundation of Spanish cuisine, comes from the Greeks who you didn't ask about. It is possible that Marzapan and turrón also come from Greece although their o... Read More »