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Fulani cuisine takes the stage

Submitted by on August 11, 2020 – 2:58 am
Chef Binta Africa
Fulani Chef Binta
Chef Binta prepares Fulani food.

African food is trending internationally.

But most likely you don’t know, have never tried — have never heard of (until now) — Fulani cuisine.

So, specific to this story: first, what is African food?

Then, who are (a) Toronto-based, Ghana-born, culinary entrepreneur Yorm Tagoe and (b) Sierra Leone-born, Accra-based chef Fatmata Binta?

And what is this taste and cultural mission they are on — the concepts of taste and culture being intimately intertwined — presenting, to the world, A Taste of Foutta Djallon? This being a series of Pan-African nomadic dining experiences celebrating the culinary traditions of the nomadic Fulani people. Read Wanda Hennig’s story Fulani Cuisine Takes the Stage on Culinary Africa’s Delectable Buffet in Cuisine Noir magazine.

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