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Grandmothers from eight eastern African countries welcome you into their kitchens to share flavorful recipes and stories of family, love, and tradition in this transporting cookbook-meets-travelogue.

“Their food is alive with the flavors of mangoes, cinnamon, dates, and plantains and rich with the history of the continent that had been a culinary unknown for much too long.”—Jessica B. Harris, food historian, journalist, and public speaker

IACP AWARD FINALIST • LONGLISTED FOR THE ART OF EATING PRIZE • NAMED ONE OF THE BEST COOKBOOKS OF THE YEAR BY The New Yorker The New York Times Book Review The Washington PostBon Appétit • NPR • San Francisco ChronicleFood NetworkVogueDelish The Guardian Smithsonian Magazine SalonTown & Country

In this incredible volume, Somali chef Hawa Hassan and food writer Julia Turshen present 75 recipes and stories gathered from bibis (or grandmothers) from eight African nations: South Africa, Mozambique, Madagascar, Comoros, Tanzania, Kenya, Somalia, and Eritrea. Most notably, these eight countries are at the backbone of the spice trade, many of them exporters of things like pepper and vanilla. We meet women such as Ma Shara, who helps tourists “see the real Zanzibar” by teaching them how to make her famous Ajemi Bread with Carrots and Green Pepper; Ma Vicky, who now lives in suburban New York and makes Matoke (Stewed Plantains with Beans and Beef) to bring the flavor of Tanzania to her American home; and Ma Gehennet from Eritrea who shares her recipes for Kicha (Eritrean Flatbread) and Shiro (Ground Chickpea Stew).

Through Hawa’s writing—and her own personal story—the women, and the stories behind the recipes, come to life. With evocative photography shot on location by Khadija Farah, and food photography by Jennifer May, In Bibi''s Kitchen uses food to teach us all about families, war, loss, migration, refuge, and sanctuary .

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“What moves me most about In Bibi’s Kitchen is Hawa Hassan’s connection with these admirable women whose cooking traditions serve their families and help define their communities at home and abroad. I am thankful to see their faces, to meet them in their own words, and to know them and their diverse cultures far beyond the stifling generalities that America so often wields to conflate African people. This book illustrates what the wisest among us have known all along: The seat of power in food—its soul and expertise—has always begun at home, at the hands of skilled women in their kitchens.” —Osayi Endolyn, James Beard Award–winning writer

In Bibi’s Kitchen is rooted in tradition and reverence, but carries forth its stories with an urgency and energy that feels brand new. The book’s tenderly reported interviews and East African recipes shine a light on a group who must be seen, must be heard from. Of course we all need more bibis in our lives. And we need the ones in these pages more now than ever. In Bibi’s Kitchen is an inimitable accomplishment and an essential read that will enrich kitchens and souls everywhere it lands.” —Howie Kahn, New York Times bestselling author, James Beard Award winner, and host of Take Away Only

About the Author

Hawa Hassan is the founder and CEO of Basbaas Sauce, a line of condiments inspired by her country of origin, Somalia. Hawa and her brand have been featured in Forbes, the New York Times, the Observer, Grub Street, Vogue, The Cut, Eater, and more.

Julia Turshen is the bestselling author of Now and Again; Feed the Resistance, named the best cookbook of the year by Eater, and Small Victories; named one of the best cookbooks of the year by the New York Times and NPR. She has written for the New York Times, the Washington Post, the Wall Street Journal, Vogue, Bon Appétit, Food & Wine, and Saveur. She is the founder of Equity At The Table (EATT), an inclusive digital directory of women and non-binary individuals in food.

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A Bit About the Book

These pages hold recipes and stories from the kitchens of bibis (grandmothers) from eight African countries that border the Indian Ocean. Their recipes and stories capture the cultural trade winds and flavors from all those who’ve passed through these countries over the centuries and from the many who remain. In many ways, this is an old-fashioned cookbook that has nothing to do with trends or newness. It’s filled with recipes from grandmothers and their rich histories, which have been handed down through generations. It reflects on times that have passed. Yet in so many ways this is an incredibly modern book that has relied on a web of technology and social connections to come together (including, but not limited to, multiple iPhones, many WhatsApp group chats, dozens of Dropbox folders, and countless text messages). This is a book about connection, about multigenerational connection, cross-cultural connection, wireless connection (!), and, ultimately, human connection.

“Food is . . . just like language. For me, stopping traditions would almost be like throwing my culture away,” Ma Khanyisa, a grandmother from South Africa, told us. She said this from her home in Cape Town over Skype to Hawa, who was interviewing her and recording the interview before sending it over to Julia (more about us, Hawa and Julia, in a moment). Julia transcribed the interview and added it to the manuscript for the book you’re holding, taking note of that line, feeling it to be the crux of this book. Later that week, Khadija M. Farah (more about her soon, too) photographed Ma Khanyisa at her home in South Africa, making corn porridge with a mixture of wild greens known as imifino (check out the recipe on page 211). Khadija also used her phone to film Ma Khanyisa cooking the dish, at times holding her phone in one hand and her camera in the other. She sent the videos to Julia, who wrote the recipe for imifino by watching the videos and then writing down each step that Ma Khanyisa had taken. (Julia has spent over a decade writing cookbooks and can eyeball a tablespoon from a mile away.) There was lots of rewinding to make sure no part of the process had been missed. Then Julia and Hawa tested the written recipes in their own homes to make sure the dishes would translate to Western kitchens.

Variations of this process were repeated for all the grandmothers you’re about to meet in these pages. Many live in the eight countries we cover, some left their homes in difficult times and now live in the United States, while Ma Sahra (see page 69) lives in the same place she was born, but because the border has since shifted, her birthplace, once part of Somalia, is now recognized as Kenya. This complicated content-gathering was at times confusing (and at times frustrating when files got stuck in the “cloud” somewhere between continents), but during the entire time, we were all driven to keep speaking this language of food and to make sure traditions and cultures were honored.

In Bibi’s Kitchen is not about what is new and next. It’s about sustaining a cultural legacy and seeing how food and recipes keep cultures intact, whether those cultures stay in the same place or are displaced. By celebrating bibis and their cooking, we aim to use food as a way to honor the matriarchs of numerous families and countries. And this isn’t just any old book with fun ideas of what to make for dinner (though you should make the recipes—they’re great!). It’s also a collection of stories about war, loss, migration, refuge, and sanctuary. It’s a book about families and their connections to home.

This book fills a deep and vast void in the contemporary cookbook market. There are barely any cookbooks published by American publishing houses that feature African food, let alone food from one of the many parts of that continent (disturbingly, Africa is often mistaken as a country, not a continent). On top of that, so many cookbooks are written and photographed by authors and photographers who are not from the places featured in cookbooks and who are unable to bring the richness and complexities of those cultures to the page. On top of that, few cookbooks, or any books, for that matter, champion women who have lived long enough to have grandchildren. We are so happy to tell the stories of these bibis.

And the eight countries we focus on? Eritrea, Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, South Africa, Madagascar, and Comoros—they all touch the Indian Ocean, some just on an eastern edge, while others are completely surrounded by water (Madagascar and Comoros are islands just east of Mozambique). That they all have the Indian Ocean in common means that they’re eight countries bound by trade, by veritable waves of commerce.

Most notably, these eight countries define the backbone of the spice trade, many of them exporters of essential ingredients like pepper and vanilla. We can understand their economic histories, as it were, by learning about their recipes. As interest in “global flavors” continues to gain momentum, it’s important to do the work of understanding the culture and people behind those flavors and what they’ve been through. It’s important to understand how these foods have traveled and evolved from small regions across distant oceans to kitchens as far away as ours in New York.

These eight countries also tell a range of stories, and in sharing the bibis’ most favorite recipes, we also learn of the lasting effects of colonialism, even in countries that have maintained independence for decades. The late author Laurie Colwin once wrote, “If you want to know what real life used to be like, meaning domestic life, there isn’t anywhere you can go that gives you a better idea than a cookbook.” Examining a country’s best-known dishes tells us about so much more than just its popular flavors. It tells you about that country’s geography and climate, about farming and distribution, and about those who live there and what their day-to-day life might look and taste like. It also tells you a lot about who holds power and influence.

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Njeri
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If You’re On The Fence, Get This Book!!!
Reviewed in the United States on October 28, 2020
I’m LOVING this book so far! I made the Doro Wat, stewed spinach, and flat bread from the Eritrean section of this book and it was PHENOMENAL!!! I was a little nervous at first because I’ve never cooked African cuisine before but I was floored at how easy it was to make a... See more
I’m LOVING this book so far! I made the Doro Wat, stewed spinach, and flat bread from the Eritrean section of this book and it was PHENOMENAL!!! I was a little nervous at first because I’ve never cooked African cuisine before but I was floored at how easy it was to make a DELICIOUS and healthy dinner! I can’t wait to try the other recipes!
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Therese Neson
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Been waiting for this one and it doesn''t disappoint!
Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2020
First of all thank God for the match up of Hawa Hassan and Julia Turshen. Hawa has distinguished herself as a keeper of tradition with her basbaas sauce company and Julia is one of the most beautiful food writers we have. I love all the narrative in this book.... See more
First of all thank God for the match up of Hawa Hassan and Julia Turshen. Hawa has distinguished herself as a keeper of tradition with her basbaas sauce company and Julia is one of the most beautiful food writers we have.

I love all the narrative in this book. I''m generally not interested in a collection of recipes without context and as we get to know more about the African diaspora and publishers are more brave in what they choose to buy I think adding a layer of rigor and culture and specificity to the offerings will go a long way in helping us understand these foodways on deeper more rooted levels

The book takes us into the kitchens of grandmother and allows us a glimpse to their lives. That makes this book more than a recipe book, but a cultural heirloom. The care and time Hawa and Julia put into honoring these women and their stories is remarkable. And the photography is driving me nuts is so gorgeous!!
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Jinne
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I can cut back on my Ethiopian restaurant budget
Reviewed in the United States on February 20, 2021
Okay, so I actually bought this book and cooked several of the recipes [side-eyes other reviewers]. Also, I know this sounds awful, but I skipped the stories and went straight to the recipes. I appreciate that the focus was on homecooking and the detailed... See more
Okay, so I actually bought this book and cooked several of the recipes [side-eyes other reviewers].

Also, I know this sounds awful, but I skipped the stories and went straight to the recipes. I appreciate that the focus was on homecooking and the detailed ingredient listing and description. Now I can now cut down on going to my local Ethiopian joints.
- Berebere: amazing spice mix; added a bit of cayenne and garlic for extra spice/umami.
- Doro wat. This was seriously legit. It was exactly as you’d get in the restaurants and the cooking directions were spot-on.
- Stewed plantain with prawn. Good but I had to stew the plantains for much longer than 15 min as directed. I ended up having to dig the shrimp back out and set them aside while the greenish plantains needed about double the time (30 min) to soften.

Looking forward to continuing through this book... recommended.
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Victoria
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Making Africa More Accessible!
Reviewed in the United States on October 22, 2020
I am obsessed with this book. It includes stories of African matriarchs, descriptions of ingredients, and an incredibly diverse array of recipes from East Africa. I barely have any experience eating African food and even less with cooking it but I am so excited to cook all... See more
I am obsessed with this book. It includes stories of African matriarchs, descriptions of ingredients, and an incredibly diverse array of recipes from East Africa. I barely have any experience eating African food and even less with cooking it but I am so excited to cook all of the recipes in this book. There are even labelled vegan recipes for my vegan friends! I''m so happy to have this cookbook and begin connecting with Africa through food.
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Shamim
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Well Written Cookbook
Reviewed in the United States on November 16, 2020
I have to confess I haven''t tried any of the recipes yet because I''ve been ogling the photos and I''ve been absolutely immersed into reading the stories Julia has captured so well. I myself grew up in Zimbabwe, so a lot of these recipes resonated with me. Especially the... See more
I have to confess I haven''t tried any of the recipes yet because I''ve been ogling the photos and I''ve been absolutely immersed into reading the stories Julia has captured so well. I myself grew up in Zimbabwe, so a lot of these recipes resonated with me. Especially the chakala from South Africa and the prego streak roll from Mozambique. The stories of how far some of the women (including Hawa the co-author) in this book have travelled, to escape the countries they were in for better a life, was eye opening. Bibi''s Kitchen is a well written book full of delicious looking recipes and stories that should belong on everyone''s book shelf.
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Beautiful, heart-warming, accessible and utterly delicious book!
Reviewed in the United States on January 23, 2021
While enjoying an online interview with a well-known vegan chef/author/food security activist, spotted this book on the shelf behind him. Was intrigued, so took a chance. And am thrilled with it! Beautifully-made book. (Another Ten Speed Press hit!) Interviews and... See more
While enjoying an online interview with a well-known vegan chef/author/food security activist, spotted this book on the shelf behind him. Was intrigued, so took a chance. And am thrilled with it! Beautifully-made book. (Another Ten Speed Press hit!) Interviews and stories from numerous grandmothers from eight West African countries, who share their recipes, techniques and stories about cooking, and their lives. All in heart-warming, clear, beautifully-photographed detail. True home cooking! 95% of the recipes are made with ingredients easily-accessible to mainstream US cooks. (Frozen chopped spinach?! Onions, garlic, potatoes, carrots, greens, chicken, plantains, etc.) With recipes for making the specialized spices, if you can''t find them locally. (Hint: Oaktown Spice carries a killer Berbere, which you can order online.) Ohhh, yas! Another culinary rabbit hole to go exploring... 🙂

Update: I made the quick Stewed Eggplant with Coconut, the Mbowa, and the Kunde for dinner tonight. SO easy, delicious, vegan, and ''cause I''m single there are leftovers. Cooked the eggplant about 10 minutes too long; as the recipe said, it just got silkier. LOVE this cookbook!!!!
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East African Grandmothers open their hearts + recipes
Reviewed in the United States on October 13, 2020
This is an interesting collection of recipes from a diverse array of Grandmothers (Bibi’s). As in many cultures, the women are those who preserve traditions and feed their families. They also have the secrets to those seemingly simple recipes that are difficult to be... See more
This is an interesting collection of recipes from a diverse array of Grandmothers (Bibi’s). As in many cultures, the women are those who preserve traditions and feed their families. They also have the secrets to those seemingly simple recipes that are difficult to be replicated. 



What I like about this book is that it includes a wide selection of interesting stories from voices that aren’t often heard from. It’s cohesive in that it includes recipes from African countries that touch the Indian Ocean : Eritrea, Somalia, Kenya, Tanzania, Mozambique, South Africa, and Comoros. 



The recipes that I made are a small sampling of things in this book, including : 

Shaah Cadays - a homemade chai of sorts, which drew my family out of various rooms asking what smelled so good - it also tastes wonderful.

Kachumbari - a simple cucumber and tomato salad 

Xawaash - a versatile cumin heavy spice mix with a lovely smell and flavor

Chicken Biryani - a complex layered rice, vegetable, and chicken dish that feeds a crowd

Kicha - a non-yeasted flat bread

Watermelon juice with Lime, Ginger, and Mint - a refreshing and delicious drink. 



I must admit I felt slightly out of my element frying things for the Chicken Biryani and the Kicha, but I’d like to learn how to be better at doing so to make the Kaimati coconut milk doughnuts. 

There is so much beauty in the way that food unites and gives a sense of comfort during challenging times, including reading of the many hardships that further give me a sense of my problems of privilege. These women are a testament to love of their families, tradition, and culture. 

I’ve received a free copy from Ten Speed in exchange for a free and unbiased review. I wish for other books to elevate voices like these whose stories and recipes should be shared.
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A well written and beautiful photographed cookbook!
Reviewed in the United States on October 19, 2020
This cookbook is a KEEPER! It is unique in concept and beautifully written and photographed with authentic recipes that work!!! I love the stories and flavors of the lives of these African grandmas. It is a cookbook that is as rich with stories and cultures as it is... See more
This cookbook is a KEEPER! It is unique in concept and beautifully written and photographed with authentic recipes that work!!! I love the stories and flavors of the lives of these African grandmas. It is a cookbook that is as rich with stories and cultures as it is flavors! Don’t hesitate to order your copy today!
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Penny
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great book for recipes
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love it! has alot of good recipes
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Like being Someone else’s grandmothers kitchen.
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Great stories to go with the recipes.
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