FOFKY's KITCHEN book launch 1


DALLAS, TX — September 30th, 2018. DJARABI KITABS PUBLISHING has officially released Fofky’s Kitchen : Easy Ivorian Recipes for Traditional and Street Foods by Ivorian American Author Papatia Feauxzar.

About the Book Fofky’s Kitchen : Easy Ivorian Recipes for Traditional and Street Foods

Ivorian Cuisine has started to gain recognition across the globe. In addition, many Millennium and post-Millennium Ivorians are seeking restaurants to enjoy their favorite traditional dishes and street foods. Others simply want to know how to cook the same dishes their ancestors made. This cookbook is an easy to follow guide to help anyone curious about what Ivorian Cuisine is.

Fofky’s Kitchen : Easy Ivorian Recipes for Traditional and Street Foods is available in paperback at Djarabi Kitabs Publishing and Fofky’s Online Book Cafe‘s websites. The book is also available on Amazon on eBook, hardback and paperback formats. Don’t miss the official book launch interview at Fofky’s here.

«Félicitations Fofky! Fofky’s Kitchen est gourmand et fidèle à notre culture. Merci d’avoir faire voyager la cuisine Ivoirienne! » — Cheffe Prisca Gilbert

“Congratulations Fofky! Fofky’s Kitchen is a food lover and reflective and accurate of our culture. Thank you for sending Ivorian Cuisine overseas!” — Chef Prisca Gilbert

“As I read through this cookbook, Fofky’s Kitchen, by Papatia Feauxzar, I found my thoughts adrift to a distant place where food and family seamlessly intertwine. Each shared dish, whether simple or complex, conveyed a human story, a history, and a taste that clearly reminded the author of home. She presented each recipe in support of the connectivity between food, culture, history, and family… Fofky’s Kitchen is a lovely taste of home, shared with love, enthusiasm and humor. Well done.” — Sahar Abdulaziz, Author of EXPENDABLE

“This is a Kitchen I want to step into — and one we all need to step into — to learn about (halal) West African cuisine. The immaculate, mouthwatering photos are almost enough to satisfy my appetite.” — Shireen Hakim, Author of Salternatives: 25 Natural and Flavorful Alternative Seasonings to Salt

“I was so excited to have the opportunity to read Fofky’s Kitchen. I love to try out new cuisines and was not at all familiar with Ivorian cuisine… I was also pleasantly surprised to find some dishes that are very familiar to me. Many Americans forget about how African flavors have influenced our cuisine. But ingredients such as okra and grits (corn porridge), or recipes like beignets and boiled peanuts (my personal favorite!) are very common and well-loved in the American South. I love how beautifully this book is laid out, with photos and insights into each recipe. The majority of the recipes have very simple instructions and seem like they will be very easy to make… I definitely recommend this cookbook, not only to Ivorians looking for a taste of home, but to anyone who would like to try out a new and delicious cuisine!”— M.K. Johnston, Author of Halal Comfort Food: The New Muslim Guide To Going Halal

About the Author

Papatia Feauxzar, also known as Fofky, is an Ivorian American author, barista, and publisher living in Dallas, Texas with her son and husband. She holds a master’s degree in Accounting with a concentration in Personal Finance. Feauxzar blogs here at Between Sisters, SVP! or A Ducktrinor Mom.



Djarabi Kitabs Publishing

PO BOX 703733

Dallas, TX 75370



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About Papatia

Papatia Feauxzar is an Author and Muslim Publisher who holds a Master's degree in Accounting with a concentration in Personal Finance. She now works from home at alhamdullilah. You can visit her website at or her sister's website
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  1. Congratulations on the new cookbook!

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