The peanut-dusted lamb kebabs called suya from northern Nigeria, available at Brooklyn's Buka
In the late 80s, the typical Senegalese immigrant was a guy who furtively sold counterfeit watches and handbags on the street. He took his meals at temporary restaurants set up in SRO hotels rooms ... More >>
What a colorful heap of food is Senegalese cheb!
Known more formally as tiebou dienn ("cheb-oo-zhenn") in the Wolof language, cheb is the national dish of Senegal. Consisting of a massive heap of red rice topped with stuffed fish and a vegetable cornucopia, cheb seems almost a modern dish, ... More >>
kriegerscience.wordpress.comLauren S. asks: What do you eat at home the most when you really want a good dinner?
Dear Lauren: Good question, I don't think I've ever been asked that before. Like every home cook, I have a repertoire of can't-miss dishes, nearly all of them formulated after ha ... More >>