Monday, 19 November 2012

What do people eat in Sierra Leone?

This week , our quadblogging group is posting about local foods. Who knows what they eat in Australia and Greece? Well, we don't either, but we are going to find out!

And we have made a new GLOBAL CONNECTION! Our Global Classroom friends from Ms. Kanu's class live in Sierra Leone, which is a country in West Africa. They sent us a presentation about what people eat in their country. Strangely enough, some dishes sound a lot like foods we eat in Trinidad and Tobago...
Click on the picture to view the slideshow and don't forget to leave a comment on the Edmodo Grade 5 Collaboration wall if you want to find out more about food in Congo Town, Sierra Leone!


  1. I really enjoyed it! My favourtie Trinidadian food is doubles. Doubles consists of barrah ( I think thats how its spelt ) which is my favourite part of the meal and chana which is put between two pieces of barrah. Usually people put pepper in the chana but kids prefer double without the pepper. Sometimes cucumber is added to the chana mixture and also mango. Doubles is eaten at the side of the road regularly but can be eaten at home too!

  2. My favourite trinidadian food is doubles. IT has a barrah and chana and any sort of condiment like mango. It taste very delicious. Alot of people stand by the road and eat it there but others eat it at home.I am sure people from all over the world would love it also


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