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Enanguè Mpondo

Farewell.
I'm very sad to heard about this death, she was so important for our culture. Rest in Peace Grandma.
Loba a namisè oa.

Efundem Taku Christy - Douala

If I really know how to follow cookery "step by step" and being so organised in the kitchen, apart from my mother of "blessed memory", the 2nd teacher is Auntie Kate through her book "Auntie Kate's Cookery book. I started using it when my elder sisters went to Secondary School and were talking so much about it. So i fell in love with the book and started reading. That's how i got to know about the different and wonderful ways of cooking. I used it during my cookery exams in O'Levels and i made it with distinction. And again any woman who doesn't know how to cook, oh no!!, you'll not be happy in your marriage bc your husband will always want to go to where they cook better. Am I not lucky? Auntie together with my mum, I thank you so wonderfully and pray that God should grant you guys eternal rest. Amen

Cecilia Tadfor

We have lost a land mark in the field of education, when it come to food and culture in Cameroon. Her book, untie Kate's Cookery Book has been a lone resource on Cameroon cuisine for a long time. What a gift se gave us.
Auntie Kate, you will be truly missed, and your works will live forever.

My herat felt condolence to the Idowu family.

Mary KN

Auntie Kate, your kitchen keeps your spirit moving. I will always go back to it for reference.

Farewell.

dango  tumma

ther is a difference between cameroon and southern cameroons

please unblocked your minds

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