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African Proverbs

The Congo Cookbook features African proverbs (borrowed from other sources) on many of its pages. This page contains a list of all the proverbs found in The Congo Cookbook, with a link to the page on which they appear. In many cases, there is more information about the proverb on the page where it is featured.

These proverbs have been borrowed from:


On the Ashanti Chicken page:

On the Chicken in Cumin Sauce page:

On the Chicken with Egusi page:

On the Kedjenou page:

On the Poulet Yassa page:

On the Fish & Seafood Recipes page:

On the Fish & Seafood Recipes page:

On the Dahomey Fish Stew page:

On the Dongo-Dongo page:

On the Mchuzi wa Samaki page:

On the Beef in Cumin Sauce page:

On the Ndizi na Nyama page:

On the Sukuma Wiki page:

On the Wild Boar in Groundnut Sauce page:

On the Calalu page:

On the Elephant Soup page:

On the Groundnut Stew page:

On the Ndolé Soup page:

On the Palm-Oil Chop page:

On the Pepper Soup page:

On the African Hot Sauce & Pili-Pili Sauce page:

On the Moambé Sauce / Nyembwe Sauce page:

On the Sauce aux Champignons et Citron page:

On the Staple Dish Recipes page:

On the Banku & Kenkey page:

On the Cassava Tuber page:

On the Fufu page:

On the Maize page:

On the Plantains page:

On the page:

On the Ugali page:

On the Yam page:

On the Futari page:

On the Moroko page:

On the Okra & Greens page:

On the Akara page:

On the Fruit Salad page:

On the Pombe, Tembo, and Máwá page:

On the Water page:

On the Cane Rat page:

On the Insects page:

On the Monkey page:

On the Fufu, et cetera page:

On the Greens in Africa page:

On the How to have an African Dinner Party page:

On the About The Congo Cookbook page:


Note: the proverbs from Burton's book were collected over a century ago; the spelling and grammar of the African languages often do not conform with modern usage.


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