Lasary manga masiaka This spicy mango salad is eaten mainly in northwestern Madagascar. The Sakalava, the tribe living in this region, typically prepare it in large quantities and then fill the finished salad into recycled plastic bottles. The bottles are lined up on the side of the road in small stalls where they can be purchased for very little money. …Lesen
Overturned pineapple cake
Mofomamy mananasy Mofomamy means as much as “sweet bread” or “sweet dough”, here it means a pineapple cake. Pineapples are available almost everywhere in Madagascar, mostly fresh from the field. They taste much sweeter in the tropics than in Europe, but you can trick it a bit and use the sweeter baby pineapples for the cake. The rum we recommend …Lesen
Vaovao – Was gibt’s Neues auf Madagaskar?
Title: Vaovao – Was gibt’s Neues auf Madagaskar? Author: Georg Jaster Year published: 2017 Cover: Hardcover Pages: 232 Publisher: Tredition Price: 20,80 € ISBN: 978-3-7439-2656-1 [yasr_overall_rating] We are sorry, but this book is only available in German language yet.Lesen
The Aye-Aye and I
Title: The Aye-Aye and I Author: Gerald Durrell Year published: 1992 Cover: Paperback Pages: 224 Publisher: Viking Price: 10,99 € ISBN: 978-0670920686 [yasr_overall_rating] Content description: In 1963, Gerald Durell founded Durell Wildlife Conservation Trust which is famous today far beyond England’s borders and cares for conservation of threatened animals worldwide. This book is a travelogue from his last expedition …Lesen
Mofo amin’ny omby This recipe comes from one of Madagascar’s most famous hotels in the eastern highlands and is wonderful for picnics, a quick dinner, or even for breakfast. Ingredients for 2 large sandwiches: 500 g beef hip (zebu, if available) 1 medium-sized onion 2 tomatoes Iceberg lettuce 2 tablespoons of oil 1 tablespoon of water 1 tablespoon dark soy …Lesen