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Ginger & Lemon Tea

Ginger & Lemon Tea

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Curated Cooking for Couples

Meet Abdoul and DeDe Sanogo! They wanted to plan something fun together during the Covid-19 Pandemic quarantine and curating culture cuisine won the toss.

Not Plan B, Plan Q!

Plan 'Q"uarantine =  Quadratic + Rethink

For those who spent time making a New Years resolution, how's that going? Did you have plans to visit a new country this year before the lockdown but due to the extensive travel bands around the world your trip was suddenly cancelled? Well, this couple had an adventure to the beautiful country of Côte d'Ivoire aka Ivory Coast West Africaon their mind. Since Abdoul was born in the Ivory Coast, he suggested making a beverage staple “Ginger and Lemon Tea” which turns out to be tasty and nutritious. The Sanogo’s made a video sharing a step by step guide for how to make their famous Ginger Tea:

Cooking with the Sanogo's: Ginger & Lemon Tea

Be inspired to cook culture cuisine

Curated culture cooking is a combination of planning an experience of the food, music, clothing, and history of a place you want to explore without leaving the comfort of your home – it’s the ultimate quarantine date night. Pulling all of this together requires a little planning but no worries, we’ve got you.

Sip Tea

Considered a healing tea, ginger root is a superfood and one of the tastiest spices on earth. Drinking hot ginger tea is a good way to warm up, and it is known as a diaphoretic, and all that means is that it promotes warmth from within. Various scientific research and studies have proven that Ginger is very effective in treating many diseases.

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Culure of Cote d'Ivoire Africa

About Cote d'Ivoire, Africa

The Ivory Coast is the 68th largest country in the world and has a population of nearly 25 million people. Côte d’Ivoire isThe official language of Côte d’Ivoire is French, although around 60 native languages are also spoken here. If you’re a coffee lover, chances are the cocoa beans from your beverage most likely came from the Ivory Coast which is the world’s largest exporter of cocoa. Ivory Coast has many gorgeous beaches found in nearly all of the coastal towns, many of which have developed lush resorts to cater to tourists. Ivory Coast is famous for its biodiversity, with more than 230 mammals, 700 birds, 125 reptiles, 100 fish and over 35 different types of amphibians, not to mention around 4,700 plant species.Many non-traditional medicine made from plants and spices in the country are known to have healing powers that helps with mind, body, and spirit.