As a 13 year old boy in Ghana, he began to learn how to cook for a family of 5.
His father’s wife would call him to the kitchen to cut the onions. Grind the
tomatoes. Mix the ingredients. Over 14 years later, Lwanga Songsore is still
spicing, stirring, and sautéing—he’s developed a local reputation for creative and
delicious takes on indigenous Ghanaian recipes, and is changing the narrative
around men and cooking in Africa