#African Cuisine

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4 Nigerian-themed Restaurants in Texas

It's not news that Texas has become a kind of hot spot for Nigerians, with over 40,000 Nigerians living there, it's easily the state with the highest population of Nigerians. New York coming in close second with about 35,000. So, it's to be expected that such a state will be teeming with restaurants and spots that serve delicacies indigenous to the West African country and her people. Below, some of them are reviewed.
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RestaurantsThrillist

This Oakland-Based Supper Series Proves Pan-African Cuisine Is More Than a Trend

Bussdown chefs Solomon Johnson and Mike Woods debut OKO, a high-end, multi-course Pan-African supper series. When chefs Solomon Johnson and Mike Woods met in Oakland in 2017, both had spent ample time in fine-dining kitchens. Johnson, who hails from Maryland, attended culinary school in Philadelphia and started his career working for restaurateur Steven Starr at eateries in Philadelphia and New York. Woods, who was born and raised in Oakland, moved east to Maryland for school before working in Daniel Patterson’s restaurants in the Bay Area and traveling and staging at restaurants around the world.
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Restaurantscivilianglobal.com

KO’d | Ikoyi, London

I haven’t been to London for months. Why bother. It’s just as expensive as always, and isn’t it empty now, the commuter belt armies uprooting to their sheds and spare rooms? I haven’t been to a restaurant in London for even longer. Why bother. Aren’t all the good’uns now in rural villages or hugging a coastline somewhere in the South West? That’s what I’ve been told. Chefs saying “to hell” with the metropolitan smog and tenant strangulation by swinish landlord thugs, choosing instead to venture beyond, out into the hinterland where they can farm-forage-pick-and-pull at the land themselves. But just as the umpteenth lockdown was lifted, I was tempted back in, to St James’s Market – to Ikoyi.
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Restaurantsmontecristomagazine.com

These Vancouver East African Restaurants are Hotbeds of Spicy Flavour

Summer may be less than scorching this year in Vancouver, but the city’s East African restaurants are sizzling with spicy, intricately layered dishes to delight our senses and show us a little heat. African cuisine is packed with flavour, reflecting the diversity of herbs and spices that are native to...
Portland, ORfestivalnet.com

Spice of Africa, Portland, OR

Spice of Africa is a restaurant in SE Portland that exists to educate, inform local communities about East African cuisine through cooking classes, catering, and local farmers markets. We are passionate about working with emerging small business owners that want to establish their own food businesses.
New York City, NYPosted by
Kels Acosta

Best African Cuisine in NYC

Have you tried African cuisine before? Ever heard of Jollof rice? It's Amazing!! Today we're gonna tour some West African Restaurants in NYC and see how amazing their Jollof can be! After spending months in Accra, Ghana I've managed to get an authentic taste for African food; now we're going to see how closely it compares to the Mother land!! Jollof is a tomato based rice dish made with peppers, onions and other various spices! If you guys are just as curious as I was, then tag along, sit back and enjoy the ride!
Food & Drinkshomesoothing.com

22 Delicious Traditional South African Foods

Traditional South African foods are numerous and diverse. Due to colonization and apartheid, South Africa is among the most multilingual countries in the world. South Africa is called the Rainbow Nation because of its diverse culture. South Africa has 11 official languages. This diversity also influences her food. Traditional South...
Baltimore, MDPosted by
Kaleah Mcilwain

Five must-try, authentic African restaurants in the Baltimore

As the most populated metro city in Maryland, Baltimore is known for many things like the harbor, National Aquarium, and its African American history museums. African American history and culture are deeply rooted in Baltimore from its Black Arts neighborhood to its authentic African restaurants. Baltimore has dozens of African restaurants with cuisine covering every part of the continent from Ethiopia to Kenya.
Durango, COthe-journal.com

Eat Zawadi, Durango’s African restaurant, suddenly closes

Editor’s note: This story has been updated to add details about a GoFundMe campaign launched Tuesday evening. On Friday, Eat Zawadi – Durango’s only restaurant serving African cuisine – abruptly closed. The restaurant opened in May 2020, quickly expanding from the Smiley Café to a location on East Eighth Avenue...
Milwaukee County, WIUrban Milwaukee

Food Truck Festival Coming to McKinley Park Saturday

A new food truck festival will take place on Milwaukee’s lakefront this weekend. The event, called “Park’d! Pop-Up Pub & Grub”, is being hosted by Milwaukee County Parks at McKinley Park between Lagoon Drive and McKinley Marina. The event will run from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday and feature...
Los Angeles, CAtheeastsiderla.com

New Atwater Village bar in the works | Tiki Ti returns | Mushroom french dip, anyone?

Here’s your weekly rundown of Eastside dining and shopping news. Plant-based restaurant Jewel in Virgil Village is transforming as they reopen after the pandemic. Jewel will offer dinner service, wine and beer and new menu offerings under newly-appointed Executive Chef Kota Hidaka and Sous Chef Andy Barbato. Jewel, owned by Sharky McGee, opened in 2018 as a daytime restaurant serving dairy-free and meat-free dishes with sustainable and local produce whenever possible.
Milwaukee, WIBiz Times

Deer District to launch weekly night market series later this month

Massive watch parties that have taken over Deer District‘s public plaza during the Milwaukee Bucks’ historic NBA Playoff run will soon give way to other summertime events, including a new weekly night market featuring about 30 local food and beverage vendors. ‘Deer District Market‘ is set for Wednesday evenings throughout...
Recipesrecordargusnews.com

Spotlight on harissa

If you’re looking for a condiment that multitasks and tastes stand-alone delicious, then look no further than harissa. Harissa is a smoky red pepper sauce traditionally used in North African cuisine. You may know it as a fiery one-note paste sold in a tube or as a jarred red sauce with a salsa consistency. Essentially, harissa is a paste or […]
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Los Angeles Times

Boyle Heights is now home to incredible Cameroonian cooking

Last fall, in the thick of the pandemic, Claudia Wanki was searching online for restaurant spaces to lease. She noticed one in a shopping center along South Soto Street in Boyle Heights. It had previously housed Puertos Del Pacifico, which specialized in mariscos. Wanki rented the building and named her new business Mama D’s African Cuisine, in homage to her mother’s restaurant in Maryland just outside of Washington, D.C.
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