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Owner Yetunde “Yeti” Ezeanii
Commercial Yes
Launched 1 September 2006; 10 years ago (2006-09-01)
Current status Online is a website that is dedicated to African food and lifestyle. The site was launched in September 2006 by Yetunde “Yeti” Ezeanii in Atlanta, Georgia. Ezeanii serves as the chef and hostess of the website.[1]



Africa is a continent of more than 50 countries, at different levels of development, using a wide variety of cooking styles and ingredients.[citation needed] The recipes offered on represent some of the well-known, classic dishes from the various regions of the continent.[citation needed] And as the Web site has evolved, some of the recipes now incorporate African flavors into traditional Western dishes such as pizza and hamburgers.

The recipe section is broken down into the following areas: staples, soups, stews, chicken, fish, meat, snacks and sides.

Videos[edit] has a video library with over 40 demonstrations of recipes. These videos are hosted by Ezeanii.[citation needed]


Ezeanii has written and been featured in several articles on African cuisine in such publications as Nigeria World (online newspaper),[2] [3] Munaluchi (African bridal magazine), and The Sunday Paper[4] [5] Ezeanii is also the host of the "Taste of Africa" by Afrofoodtv food show twice weekly on Afrotainment Television which is on the dish network channel 751. This makes "Taste of Africa" by Afrofoodtv the only currently running food television show dedicated exclusively to African cuisine.

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "African Culinary Entrepreneurs". Retrieved 24 September 2009. 
  2. ^ Nigeria World. "Afrofoodtv Online Resource of African Cuisine with Yeti". Retrieved 28 September 2009. 
  3. ^ Nigeria World. "African Food Recipes from and Host Yeti Ezeanii: My Interest in Culinary Arts.". Retrieved 28 September 2009. 
  4. ^ The Sunday Paper. "Out of Africa". Retrieved 28 September 2009. 
  5. ^ The Sunday Paper. "Letters to the Editor: Damouda for the Soul". Retrieved 28 September 2009. 

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