Cow Heel Soup

Trinidad Tobago food
Cow Heel Soup is a soup made with leg of cow from hoof to knee. It is a traditional soup found in the Caribbean, mainly Trinidad and Tobago. It contains cow heel, onion, dumpling, plantain and beans.

Foutou banani, Sauce arachide

Ivory Coast food
“Foutou” (pronunciation is like “foot”) is a dish popular in Akan countries including Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire. It comes in the form of a ball made ​​from dense cassava, plantain or yam and is eaten with a sauce on the side. Here I post “Foutou banani” (pounded yam and plantain) and “Sauce arachide” (peanut stew).

Foutou banani, Sauce gombo

Ivory Coast food
“Foutou” (pronunciation is like “foot”) is a dish popular in Akan countries including Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire. It comes in the form of a ball made ​​from dense cassava, plantain or yam and is eaten with a sauce on the side. Here I post “Foutou banani” (pounded yam and plantain) and “Sauce gombo” (ladyfinger stew). Ladyfinger is chopped and it makes the soup a bit “slimy” and viscous.

Foutou banani, Sauce graine

Ivory Coast food
“Foutou” (pronunciation is like “foot”) is a dish popular in Akan countries including Ghana and Côte d’Ivoire. It comes in the form of a ball made ​​from dense cassava, plantain or yam and is eaten with a sauce on the side. Here I post “Foutou banani” (pounded yam and plantain) and “Sauce graine” (literally “sauce of seed”) which is made from palmnut.

Taro, banana, plantain

Guadeloupe food
The word ‘creole’ refers to people of mixed race, for example in Carribean, of African slaves and colonists. Boiled taro, bananas or plantain are staple in creole cuisine.