Adwoa Nyane

There’s enjoyment in putting together unconventional flavors and recreating plant-based versions of our favorite meals.

“We as Afrakan people are suffering in a paradigm that is not compatible to our biospirituality. Much of our suffering is due to the misconception that all nutrition is good for all people.” – Chef Adwoa of Seulful Pantry
Chef Adwoa “Nyane” Kittoe discovered her passion for the culinary arts at a young age through experimentation. Self-taught, she successfully runs a plant-focused, Modern West African cuisine, private chef service, catering to the tristate area. Wanting to fill in the gaps and advance her techniques, she enrolled at the Institute of Culinary Education (ICE, 2020) and currently assists with special events with ICE, the James Beard House, and various food companies. She is a freelance writer, recipe developer and has assisted various chefs with menu development and food styling. In her free time, Chef Adjoa runs a web development and project management company, catering to the hospitality industry.


Food is ritual – is it a spiritual practice that is sacred and must be treated as so. Seulful Pantry’s mission is to create dishes that are compatible with the Afrakan’s biospirtual system.

Read more about her journey here.