Friday, October 1, 2010

Cooking Structures and Tools (12))

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Cooking house. Often, rice is stored along one wall, as the dry, smoky atmosphere keeps it from turning buggy. This building was located halfway between Depa and Zereguhe on the road that goes over the river. 2005

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Cooking structure in Ebekawopa, Ghana, 2007.

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Inside a typical kitchen. Note the rice stacked up along one wall, staying warm and dry. Galebre, Côte d'Ivoire, 2007.

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Cooking area in Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2007.

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Cooking area in Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2007.

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Cooking structure in Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2007.

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Out-door pantry, Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2008.

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Typical tripod structure for holding and heating a pot.

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Cooking pot in Mmaniaye, Ghana, 2008.

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Grinding stone
Ebekawopa, Ghana, 2011

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Ebekawopa, Ghana, 2011.

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Oven used to bake breads you see in the market. Breads are baked in loaf pan: e.g., sugar bread, butter bread
Ebekawopa, Ghana, 2011.

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