For months I have been kicking myself for going to Ghana in August instead. It would have been so much nicer at Christmas when everyone else was home as well, and definitely more enjoyable to go with Sheela. But I didn't. I am here in the grey-slightly warming-up, sun-struggling-to-peek-through, Bay
Thanks Nana Fredua! Tell us something about yourself, Kuukua? Well for starters, I was born and raised in Accra, Ghana at Aunty Hannah’s home in Chorkor. I am the oldest child on my mother’s side, and the fourth on my father’s. Altogether, I have six siblings. As my name suggests I am Fante on my maternal grandmother’s side, … Continue reading Conversation with Kuukua Dzigbordi Yomekpe – a Culinary Artist (Interview with Nana Fredua)
It has been a while since I wrote anything current on my blog. I apologize to my avid readers. I will try and do better. It has been a bit of a roller-coaster ride since the beginning of November. It feels like it was Fall Break and now it's the end of the semester with Christmas rolling in on the San Francisco fog, or perhaps with the thunder that's been riddling the Bay. So I'll catch you up briefly.