Delicious Delicacies

For The Curious Eater

Welcome to our new food blog, where we talk all things cuisine, food memories, recipes, culture, health & wellness, and connect with you the amazing cooks here and abroad that have influenced some of the recipes in our cookbook.

We hope you enjoy this wonderful journey and connect with all the people that we are hoping to impact, have impacted, but also the folks that have impacted us!

My background with food is not a professional one but my passion has been there since I was young.  I remember always being fascinated by food, ingredients, flavors, and just the memories associated with celebrations around food.  My father owned a restaurant and was an amazing cook, my maternal grandfather was a chef who made the best fries EVER!  So when I talk about food memories that is one that pops into my mind.  He passed away when I was 4 so I don’t have as many food memories with him as I do other loved ones but I can still smell and taste the fries he used to make for me as a toddler :).  See him below during his younger days in Angola.

What are some of your food memories?

Check out some more food memories in our cookbook below aimed at fundraising money to build a school in Bengo, Angola!



mwangolé: Delicious Delicacies

  •   This is the E-book only, paperback version available here Go on a mouthwatering exploratory journey as Keyla shares some of her favorite Angolan & Portuguese dishes.  From traditional to fusion with a twist, learn information about these two wonderful yet complex countries, all while empowering young children's lives in Angola.  Drawing inspiration from her childhood, travels, and a deep dive into her ancestral & cultural background.  You'll learn how to make foods ranging from Peanut Chicken Stew, Palm Oil Beans, Veggie Peanut Stew, and Fufu  to Codfish Cakes, Braised Steak, Sangria, and Delicious Desserts.  Featuring tons of recipes, this cookbook will not only warm your heart but will also let you bring a little taste of Africa & Portugal into your own home! This is a community cookbook 100% of the profits generated from the sales of this book will go towards the construction of our Inda Cares Community in Ucua-Bengo, Angola.  Our first project is to build a school for children in the community and a health clinic! In conjunction with Yummy Tummy Food Co.