The Orishirishi Cookbook
This cookbook provides insight into Nigerian food and its abundant history for people all over the world. From the delicious assorted native soup of the South-South Region to the distinct taste of afang soup by the Efik-Ibibios or the unmatched textures and flavors of gbegiri and ewedu from the South-West, this is a celebration of premium culinary experiences from around Nigeria.
Here, Tola Akerele share important stories about our culture, not just with words, but with images to guide you through each process from sourcing ingredients to serving the finished meal.
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A product of a family of diehard foodies, Tola Akerele’s love for culinary escapades runs deep.
As the co-founder of Bogobiri House and founder of Orishirishi Kitchen, her keen appreciation and passion for the Nigerian experience —music, food, art, and culture— is aptly demonstrated by the manner in which she has made it accessible to all.
The Orishirishi Cookbook is inspired by her travel experiences and undying love for food. Before this, Orishirishi kitchen was launched to introduce a variety of Nigerian dishes to the Bogobiri menu. The core ethos of Orishirishi kitchen is to use locally-sourced produce which is carefully selected from farms and markets across Nigeria. It also seeks to showcase some of the best tastes from Nigeria’s rich cultural heritage.