Celebrations and Traditional Foods

Celebrations throughout country, decorations for a celebration, foods that are involved in various cultural celebrations, foods that are commonly eaten and traditionally eaten foods. Recipes that would been seen.
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Traditional South African Roosterbrood grilled bread eaten with honey butter, a known common food thats eaten.

Traditional South African Roosterbrood grilled bread eaten with honey butter sounds yummy!

Chakalaka-   a refreshing spicy tomato  bean relish that will provoke your taste bud.    Simple yet pleasing in every way, this South African –born spicy vegetable side can be as spicy or as mild as you like it. A traditional food eaten.

Chakalaka

Chakalaka- a refreshing spicy tomato bean relish that will provoke your taste bud. Simple yet pleasing in every way, this South African –born spicy vegetable side can be as spicy or as mild as you like it. A traditional food eaten.

Cameroon food: Fried Ripe Plantains. Common during breakfast in Central, South,  South West and North Western regions of the country.  Another very common and traditional food earn not only in South Africa but Canada

Common during breakfast in Central, South, South West and North Western regions of the country. Another very common and traditional food earn not only in South Africa but Canada

Unchanged: The traditional houses in Tiebele are painted with geometric designs, symbols and icons also a unique way to decorate for a celebration.

African village where every building is a canvas, whether it is a house, palace or tomb for their dead

Cour Royale à Tiébélé, Burkina Faso, West Africa - amazing for the unique art designs on buildings, but mostly the fact that they have kept tourism out of their lives!

Learning about other cultures and places- A beautiful and colorful African round Ndebele hut in South Africa. An example for decorating for a celebration.

The Ndebele ART . the ndebele women do this beautiful art work! my Mom is from the Ndebele clan! it is absolutely beautiful

The Zulu are the largest South African ethnic group, with an estimated 10–11 million people living mainly in the province of KwaZulu-Natal they played a major role in South African history during the 19th and 20th centuries.  They remain today the most numerous ethnic group in South Africa, and now have equal rights along with all other citizens.

The Zulu people and their long, proud and violent history have shaped the destinies of all people in the now South African province of KwaZulu-Natal over the past 200 years. The Zulu are the largest ethnic group in South Africa.

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