What Is The Igbo Name Of This Igbo Food?

What is the Igbo name of this Igbo dish below? It is called yam pottage in Bekee (English).

IWAJI THE IGBO EQUIVALENT OF AMERICA’S THANKSGIVING

Every year, the Igbos celebrate the New Yam Festivals in their different towns. This is called Iwaji. The ceremony is also called Iri Ji in some Igbo cultures. Same celebration but slightly different names.

Iwaji is part of Igbo culture. As Bishop Paulinus Ezeokafor has noted, any Igbo can celebrate Iwaji, irrespective of their religion. Some believe it is only Traditionalists that should celebrate Iwaji. Not so.

Every American is free to celebrate Thanksgiving. In the same way, every Igbo is free to celebrate Iwaji. You can and should celebrate Iwaji, even if you are an Igbo residing in Canada.

Send us photos of your private Iwaji celebration and we’ll publish them.

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(Video) Learn How To Cook Ofe Egusi Ocha

We present to you this video about how to cook ofe Egusi Ocha by Rave TV. Rave TV presents a programme called Erimeri Igbo, which reveals how to cook different Igbo dishes. The beginning of this video is a bot unclear, but it soon clears up and you’ll enjoy the conversational style of the show.

Italy’s super-sweet three-ingredient pasta dish that’s still a secret

Forget macaroni, spagetti,even lasagna…

There is a delightful Italian pasta dish that is cooked with just 3 ingredients that is still not well known outside Italy.

This dish is said to have been used by shepards to warm themselves in the cold weather in the old days. (One of the 3 ingredients stimulated the heat receptors in the body.)

The dish itself was not yet known throughout Italy until the Italian unification in the 1800s.

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