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    Blog posts of '2010' 'October'

    (0) Baby Valerie Finds A Home At Moukondo Orphanage
    [caption id="attachment_3641" align="alignnone" width="225" caption="Valerie"][/caption] At Africa Imports, a percentage of the money we make goes towards supporting the Moukondo Orphanage in Congo. We pay for the cost of meals and expenses for about 200 orphan children. Here’s what a friend of our...
    (0) African Recipe of the Week - Nigerian Spicy Scrambled Eggs
    Serve up an African breakfast with these spicy scrambled eggs from Nigeria! They're easy, fast, and fun. Here's how to make them: What You Need: 8 eggs 4 tomatoes (sliced and chopped) I chili pepper (sliced) I onion (sliced) I clove of garlic (crushed) 3 green peppers (seeded and chopped) I tsp....
    (0) Just In! Hand-Made Red Leather Bracelets
    [caption id="attachment_3636" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Red African Leather Bracelets"][/caption] We thought you might want to know about these new hand-crafted genuine leather bracelets. Each is crafted in Nigeria with red and black leather. Find out more by Clicking Here. Check out...
    (0) Twin Baby Joelda Finds A Home At Moukondo Orphanage
    [caption id="attachment_3633" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Baby Joelda"][/caption] Two days ago we told you about baby Joel and how he was found and taken to Moukondo Orphanage where he is now healthy and well cared for. Now we're introducing baby Joelda, who is his twin sister, found wit...
    (0) Baby Joel Finds A Home At Moukondo Orphanage
    [caption id="attachment_3630" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="Baby Joel"][/caption] At Africa Imports, a percentage of the money we make goes towards supporting the Moukondo Orphanage in Congo. We pay for the cost of meals and expenses for about 200 orphan children. Here’s what a friend of o...
    (0) Famous Adinkra Symbols - The Fawohodie Symbol
    “For to be free is not merely to cast off one’s chains, but to live in a way that respects and enhances the freedom of others…….” - Nelson Mandela [caption id="attachment_3623" align="alignnone" width="200" caption="The Fawohodie Symbol"][/caption] The famous fawohodie adinkra symbol stands for in...
    (0) Ashanti Masks And Their Part in African Culture
    Ashanti Masks in African Culture The Ashanti mask shown above comes from the Akan people group in Ghana. While the masks are beautiful, there is more history to them then meets the eye! African masks like these are often part of a ceremonial costume and are used in religious and social events to represent the spirits of ancestors....
    (0) Warm Up the Fall with Coconut Milk Bean Soup
    Delight guests and family alike with this warm, savory soup from Tanzania. What You Need To Make It: 1 tablespoon oil 1/2 cup onion, chopped 1/2 cup green pepper, chopped 1 teaspoon curry powder 1 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 3 tablespoons margarine 1 cup tomato, fresh, seeded and cut into ch...
    (0) Just In! New African Print Fabrics
    [caption id="attachment_3617" align="alignnone" width="300" caption="African Print Kente Fabric - Item Number T-2107"][/caption] There are 32 new fabrics in our New Items section that you can take a look at! You'll find hand-crafted lace fabrics and African wax print fabrics in a huge variety of st...
    (0) The Many Ways to Heal with Aloe Powder
    [caption id="attachment_3614" align="alignnone" width="217" caption="Aloe Powder"][/caption] South African aloe powder is used in homeopathic healing worldwide. Enjoy the same natural health benefits from home using these easy techniques: Problem: Burns, scrapes, cuts, scratches. Solution: Steam...
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